My students have been involved in various activities to learn about Dr. King. I hope they will always remember to stand up for their strong beliefs and live by the wise words of MLK.
Students learned about Dr. King and wrote a Subject Predicate Poem. While reviewing grammar, they wrote beautiful poems that told the story of King and the brave acts and racism he endured.
Also, each student (some worked in pairs) worked to complete a square with a quote from Dr. King. While looking for quotes, my students were introduced to many of King’s poignant and wise words.
Let’s not forget an escape room. Students worked hard to solve four puzzles to break out of a digital escape room. We had a lot of “escape artists!”
Lastly, some students entered a coloring contest. We had some amazing final products.
I’m thrilled to share my love and admiration for Dr. King with my students. We can learn so many pertinent life lessons from him.
Check out these TWO products that my students love and are perfect for FEBRUARY (Black History Month):
Until next time,