Friday, January 14, 2022

Print-and-Go Activities for MLK Day

MLK Day print-and-go activities 

This coming Monday is Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Are you looking for resources that are no-prep to share with your children or students? MommyMaestra has you covered!

Consider one of my bilingual print-and-go activities for your classroom. I have a variety of activities for different ages. The most popular one is my Triptych Writing Activity, shown above. In this writing triptych, kids read a short passage about Martin Luther King, Jr. and read some quotes from his famous speech. They can color it, and draw or paste a picture of themselves on one of the folds of the triptych. Then they can think about the quotes and write a few words (short paragraph) sharing their own hopes for this country.

Here are a few other downloads that may interest you:

MLK Day print-and-go activities

Martin Luther King Jr. Writing Activity
grades 3rd - 6th

This simple activity allows students to write their own ending to Martin Luther King Jr's "I Have a Dream" speech. They simply color in the base sheet and write in their ending, before coloring in and attaching a flap-style poster to the top.

MLK Day print-and-go activities

Martin Luther King Jr. Bilingual Coloring Activity
for PreK - 1st (FREE!)

A simple color-by-number activity for introducing Martin Luther King, Jr. to younger children in preschool and lower elementary.

MLK Day print-and-go activities

A Martin Luther King Jr. Glossary
grades 4th - 8th

Celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day with this easy, no-prep, printable poster and glossary! Available in full color or black-and-white, you can decorate your classroom or have your students color in the poster and read the glossary which features words related to Dr. King.

MLK Day print-and-go activities

Martin Luther King, Jr. Quote Analysis
grades 7th - 10th

Teach and develop your students' ability to analyze and interpret text in a social justice context.

This file contains one lesson plan for teaching quote analysis, grading rubric, and 26 worksheets - 25 with different different quotes by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. and one blank to allow students to choose their own quotes.

Includes links to online reading and video resources to introduce Dr. King, as well as suggested links for online sites with King's quotes.


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