Kids Creative Chaos: Activities for Martin Luther King Day

Activities for Martin Luther King Day

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MLK Activities to Celebrate Martin Luther King Day

When is Martin Luther King Day? It is celebrated on the third Monday of January. In the United States, many schools and businesses have the day off to celebrate. What do you do to remember MLK? We have many Martin Luther King Day Activities on the blog. In this post, we're sharing free printable signs for a Martin Luther King rally or impromptu parade and a book review for "I am Martin Luther King".  Enjoy!



Martin Luther King, Jr.
Martin Luther King, Jr. 

Print these signs and then glue a large craft stick between two printed rally signs so that you can flip it over for a different message. Reduce the size of the image to 5 x 7, and it becomes a sign for classroom desks. Just use a popsicle stick, make a clay base, and display on your desks! Keep scrolling for book review and chance to win.

I have a dream free printable sign.
I have a dream free printable sign.


Activities for Martin Luther King Day: Peace Sign Printable
Peace sign free printable.





"I am a man" rally image photograph.

I am a man downloadble sign for MLK Day.
I am a man downloadble sign.



I am a woman printable sign for MLK Day.
I am a woman printable sign for MLK Day.




We shall overcome photograph for MLK Day Rally.
"We shall overcome" photograph for MLK Day Rally.

We shall overcome free pritnable sign.
We shall overcome free printable sign.





Equal opportunity and human dignity rally photograph.
"Equal opportunity and human dignity" rally photograph.


Equal opportunity and human dignity printable sign activity.
Equal opportunity and human dignity printable sign activity.


Martin Luther King Book for Kids Children
"I am Martin Luther King" by Brad Meltzer.

It might seem strange to imagine Martin Luther King, Jr. as a child, but just like you, he was once a kid too. Even then, he knew things weren't right. He dreamed of change. Learn how he made a difference with his rallys and marches when you read the latest book from the "I am" series. "I am Martin Luther King", by Brad Meltzer, tells the story of this great historical figure. It is told from the point of view of a child.

We love the "I am" books and use them in our history lessons for homeschoolers. You might like this lesson on Ameila Earhart.



Recommended:

I am Martin Luther King Biography Book for Kids*

Free Martin Luther King Classroom Skit

Handprint Dream Catcher Craft

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