Martin Luther King, Jr. Day

Lots of websites offer lessons to celebrate and commemorate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and his contributions to our nation and society as a whole.  One key way to validate his legacy is to ensure our young people see the value in education.  I’m so glad so many of you do just that.  Need a few fresh ideas?

Here’s a link to a site to help you quickly review events in life of Martin Luther King, Jr. with a follow-up quiz in several versions.  Can lead to discussions and connections to what you’re reading/studying right now.

BRAIN POP – Martin Luther King, Jr.

Here’s a link toFloCabulary for lesson on finding literary devices in his “I Have a Dream Speech“.

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