5 Simple but Powerful Activities for teaching tolerance in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Great for early childhood, Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st grade!

5 Simple but Powerful Activities for teaching tolerance in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Great for early childhood, Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st grade!

Teaching and engaging in Martin Luther King Day is more important than ever. This "I Have a Dream," writing activity is personal, creative, and filled with opportunities for differentiation. The Martin Luther King Jr. timeline and biography activity is a web quest that allows your students to take visual notes using the eye-catching sketchnotes! MLK's childhood, college years, family, civil rights, movements, awards, beliefs, and his pursuit for equal rights are all covered. ($)

Martin luther king jr, writing activity, timeline, sketchnotes, teacher lesson

Teaching and engaging in Martin Luther King Day is more important than ever. This "I Have a Dream," writing activity is personal, creative, and filled with opportunities for differentiation. The Martin Luther King Jr. timeline and biography activity is a web quest that allows your students to take visual notes using the eye-catching sketchnotes! MLK's childhood, college years, family, civil rights, movements, awards, beliefs, and his pursuit for equal rights are all covered. ($)

5 Simple but Powerful Activities for teaching tolerance in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Great for early childhood, Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st grade!

5 Simple but Powerful Activities for teaching tolerance in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Great for early childhood, Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st grade!

5 Simple but Powerful Activities for teaching tolerance in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Great for early childhood, Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st grade!

5 Simple but Powerful Activities for teaching tolerance in conjunction with Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Great for early childhood, Pre-K, Kindergarten and 1st grade!

Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968.  Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed by James Earl Ray at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN.  His death shocked the country rocked by riots, civil discord, and a controversial war.  ABC news did a 45 anniversary photo release of photos documenting the death of slain leader Martin Luther King Jr. #MLK #JamesEarlRay #LorraineMotel

The Murder of Martin Luther King Jr.

Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968. Martin Luther King Jr. was shot and killed by James Earl Ray at the Lorraine Motel in Memphis, TN. His death shocked the country rocked by riots, civil discord, and a controversial war. ABC news did a 45 anniversary photo release of photos documenting the death of slain leader Martin Luther King Jr. #MLK #JamesEarlRay #LorraineMotel

The Best Martin Luther King Jr. Crafts for Kids | Carrots Are Orange could even use when you talk about "all about me" and several other themes

MLK Jr. Crafts Kids Love & Will Start the Conversation about Race

The Best Martin Luther King Jr. Crafts for Kids | Carrots Are Orange could even use when you talk about "all about me" and several other themes

Crafts for Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Things to Make and Do, Crafts and Activities for Kids - The Crafty Crow

Crafts for Martin Luther King Jr. Day - Things to Make and Do, Crafts and Activities for Kids - The Crafty Crow

Birth Home – A Child is Born ~ On January 15, 1929, a son was born to the Reverend and Mrs. Martin Luther King, Sr. in an upstairs bedroom on Auburn Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia.

Birth Home – A Child is Born ~ On January 15, 1929, a son was born to the Reverend and Mrs. Martin Luther King, Sr. in an upstairs bedroom on Auburn Avenue in Atlanta, Georgia.

May 21-22,1961: Rev. Ralph Abernathy and Rev. Martin Luther King during stand-off with white mob outside Abernathy’s Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama King had been on the phone with Attorney General Robert Kennedy seeking help. Photo:Paul Schutzer.

May 21-22,1961: Rev. Ralph Abernathy and Rev. Martin Luther King during stand-off with white mob outside Abernathy’s Baptist Church in Montgomery, Alabama King had been on the phone with Attorney General Robert Kennedy seeking help. Photo:Paul Schutzer.

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