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How Do You Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day?

Real teachers share their favorite ways to honor the life and legacy of the Civil Rights leader.

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Martin Luther King Jr. Time Lines

Students create time lines that reflect important events in the civil rights movement and the life of Martin Luther King Jr.

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Martin Luther King, Jr. ?I Have a Dream? Collective Banner

After reading about Dr. King, children contribute to a banner that states their dreams for a better world. Grades K?2

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Martin Luther King Jr. Interactive Timeline

After learning about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., students work together to create a human timeline of events in his life.

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My Dream of Martin Luther King Extension Activities

Use these activities before and after reading about Martin Luther King's life and his fight for civil rights for all African Americans.?

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I Have a Dream: The Story of Martin Luther King Discussion Guide

As students read I Have a Dream , they will learn about cause and effect by examining events in Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and how he brought about change in America.

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The Day Martin Luther King Jr. Was Shot Extension Activities

Students will research poems about freedom and discuss civil rights issues with these extension activities.

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I Am Martin Luther King, Jr. Storia Teaching Guide

This captivating biography provides an opportunity for students to learn about a great leader during a troubled time in American history and to practice identifying main idea and details. Activities engage students in listening to the ?I Have a Dream? speech, presenting a play about Dr. King, and writing about their own dreams.

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Books for Teaching Civil Rights

Teacher created book list includes tips for classroom use.

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Ruby Bridges: A Simple Act of Courage Common Core Lesson Plan, Grades 3-5

Teach about Ruby Bridges for Black History Month or Women's History Month with a Common Core lesson plan, including vocabulary, writing response, text-based questions, and much more.

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There Comes a Time Lesson Plan

Students will create a museum to illustrate their knowledge of the civil rights movement.

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If You Lived With the Indians of the Northwest Coast Lesson Plan

What was life like for Native American tribes along the northwest coast of the United States before the arrival of European settlers? Details from housing to dress to food are provided in an engaging question-and-answer format.

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I Have a Dream: the Play

Students learn about the iconic Civil Rights leader by dramatizing an episode from his childhood and imagining how it might have started him on his lifelong crusade to end racism.

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Lincoln Memorial

A brief synopsis of Abraham Lincoln's accomplishments, and a corresponding activity.

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IdeaExchange: Fieldtrips

Teachers exchange ideas for celebrating Black History Month, such as lessons on Harriet Tubman and the Underground Railroad.