Students will use a dictionary or the Internet to define words related to Dr. They will write each word on the line next to its correct definition.
Students can review the terms related to Martin Luther King, Jr. They will use the clues provided to fill in the puzzle with the correct terms from the word bank.
Activity 5: Civil Rights Word Scramble The ideas and people of the civil rights movement have been scrambled up! Then, unscramble the circle letters to spell the name of a leader.
Martin Luther King, Jr., a Baptist minister and prominent civil rights activist, was born on January 15, 1929.
through their writing and creative thinking skills.
Studying Martin Luther King's "I Have a Dream" speech through writing and reading are a few of the engaging printable activities offered.
More than 50 years after leading the civil rights movement, Dr.
Martin Luther King Jr.’s legacy continues to endure.
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Activity 2: Civil Rights Biography – Parks Have you ever been so tired that you didn’t even want to move? She was so tired one day after working hard that she didn’t want to give up her seat on the bus.