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Free Printable Black History Month, MLK Jr Day Lesson Plans and Activities

Martin Luther King, Jr. was born on January 15 which is celebrated as Martin Luther King, Jr Day the third Monday in January--Jan. 19, 2015. Teachers and homeschool parents, here are free printable lesson plans on MLK Jr., to teach children about this brave civil rights champion.
First, help students relate him on a personal level with Time magazine's Jan. 15 article on what Martin Luther King Jr. was like as child. Next head to Activity Village for a printable collection of MLK Jr. activities. There are American history lessons on civil rights, bus boycotts, Selma and Montgomery marches and more. Students make text-to-self connections writing about what freedom and justice mean to them. Use these to explore Black History Month in February.
Visit ABC Teach for pages for free printable Martin Luther King Jr. lesson plans in all subjects. There are assignments at different age levels on reading, writing, vocabulary, spelling, history and language arts. Print these into a homework booklet to use on in holiday lesson plans.
The blog Mama Knows it All has a free printable Martin Luther King Jr. activity booklet for elementary school age children. Church House Collection has MLK Jr Day worksheets, coloring pages and crafts to print. This site has educational clipart for use in creating lesson plans, too.
Henry Ford Museum, in Dearborn, Mich., has a compelling exhibit "With Liberty and Justice for All" which includes artifacts of the fight for freedom by oppressed Americans. The collection includes a "whites only" drinking fountain, Ku Klux Klan robe, the armchair President Lincoln was shot in and the actual bus Rosa Parks sat in and refused to give up her seat.

Explore the exhibit online and download and print free educator resources and student activity guides on slavery, civil rights and the African American experience. There are film clips, images, artifacts, games, puzzles, worksheets and interactive activities.

Free Printable Martin Luther King Jr. Lessons and Classroom Resources

Here are free printable American history lesson plans on the great civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. MLK Jr was born on January 15, 1929. MLK and was shot by an assassin's bullet on April 4, 1968. Use these free printable lesson plans to explore this legendary hero in the classroom, homeschool, scout troops 4H and social groups.
Nobel Prize has free printable MLK Jr and black history lesson plans, As the 1964 Nobel Peace Prize winner, Martin Luther King Jr. is featured on this website with a comprehensive bibliography of resources. About has an entire unit of free printable Martin Luther King Jr activities, including a 5-page activity booklet Happy Birthday MLK by Jean Marzollo. It covers the life and work of Dr. King. The lessons guide students through readings, discussions, response activities and higher order thinking skills questions.
Mr.Donn has free printable American history lesson plans, created by a teacher for teachers. There are close to 30 links for free printable lessons, posters, coloring pages, worksheets, fill-in-the-blanks, puzzles, coloring pages, literature study guides and activities based on Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Some black history favorites include a Unity Hand Wreath cut and paste craft, a Box of Crayonscoloring craft and Breaking Color Barriers (a science object lesson for children)
ABC Teach has 16 free printable lesson plans focused on world peace and unity. There are crafts, writing prompts, posters, games, coloring pages, word search, worksheets, reading activities, acrostic forms, poetry frames and much more. After all, peace, unity and brotherhood was what Dr. King was all about.

ABC Teach MLK has free printable writing prompts, worksheets, lessons, games and activities about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr and his speeches, including "I have a Dream". There are Black History Month activities. In conclusion is a quote from that famous speech made by Dr. King, made on August 28, 1963 at the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom.