This is a wonderful fine-motor craftivity for your kiddo's for MLK Day. The results are simply lovely. Cover the "Poetry Genre" standard by incorporating the Langston Hughes poem, and add a writing prompt of your own as well.
For a quick and easy craftivity for MLK Day, have your students make this "I have a dream too!" dangler. Turn it into a longer writing prompt for older kiddo's, by skipping the heart, and instead, have them record their writing prompt on the back.
For an awesome, yet quick and easy MLK Day craftivity, have your students make this MLK Pinwheel Prompt.
Help your students show what they've learned about Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. by making a flip for facts booklet. I've included a list of helpful MLK websites, as well as 95 Fast Facts about MLK, along with a page of Public Domain pictures if students would like to include a few.
Your students will enjoy this New Year writing prompt as they reflect about things they'd like to do less of, like fighting with a sibling, goofing off, being late, . . . as well as things they think they'd like to do more of: studying, reading, exercising etc.
What do students see in their future for the New Year? This "craftivity" makes a fun January writing prompt. Students can write their goals, resolutions, or hopes for the New Year around the glasses. So that you can redo this activity each year, I've included numbers for any year in the future.
Your students will enjoy choosing a 2D shape, folding and snipping it into a lacey snowflake that will become the tummy of their snowman. Includes directions, patterns and a list of helpful websites for more lovely paper snowflake activities.
Rip and tear activities are a super-fun way to help strengthen children's finger muscles. Completed craftivities look like a mosaic and make awesome bulletin boards.
Make a cute winter bulletin board, or locker decoration, with these snowman name stackers, which will help little ones with name identification, as well as a shape review of circles, squares and rectangles.