1-2-3 Come Learn About Martin Luther King With Me
Will you be celebrating Martin Luther King Day on Monday? If so, I think your students will enjoy this quick, easy and fun craftivity.
This Martin Luther King “flip-the-flap” booklet is very versatile, and easy to diversify for your students’ skill levels, making it simple enough for preschool, while being challenging enough for older students.
Don’t know much about MLK? No worries; as a huge time-saver, I’ve included a chronological list of 95 interesting facts about his life, so you can learn right along with your students.
The factual information makes it a breeze to make a timeline if you want.
Perfect for your non fiction studies.
The packet includes a teacher’s edition with colorful graphics, along with factual information on each page, which you can read and share with your students, who’ll be excited to make a booklet of their own.
There are several “fact flap” booklets to choose from:
* Use the black & white graphic pages with no words, for little ones who simply color the pages. The pictures will prompt them to explain the graphics by sharing what they’ve learned.
This provides a quick, easy and fun way to assess comprehension as well.
So that you can create a booklet with fewer pages for little ones, I purposely did not number them.
This also allows you to check comprehension for older students as they collate their pages in chronological order.
* Older students can also use the BW booklet, then write a few sentences sharing what they know about the pictures. (See the last oval in the photo with the pen.)
* There’s also a BW emergent reader booklet, which is packed with Dolch sight words. Children read the simple sentences then color the graphics.
When everyone is done, as a whole group activity, call on students to read a page aloud.
* As another booklet option, I’ve also included a template with 3 blank half-pages on a one-page pattern.
Run these off so students can write and illustrate their own booklets.
Well that's it for today. Thanks for popping in.
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