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MLK: An American Hero

Martin Luther King, Jr. was a great man.
Born on January 15, 1929 and dying on April 4, 1968,
he led a short, but incredibly important life.

Please use the links here to learn more about this true American hero.
Click on the image above to send an MLK e-card.

Virtual Tour of MLK's Birth Home
I Have a Dream Speech
Text, video, AND audio
The King Center
Listen for his powerful words.
Dr. Martin Luther King Wav
An excerpt from his speech.
Dr. King Timeline 1
Dr. King Timeline 2
Martin Luther King
The Legacy of a Leader
MLK at Enchanted Learning
Build the Dream
National Memorial for MLK
in Washington D.C.
Teeny Tiny Book

Martin Luther King
Color and Write

MLK Write a Peace Poem

MLK Interactive Wordsearch

MLK Scavenger Hunt

Martin Luther King Theme

Martin Luther King, Jr.
and Me: Identifying with a Hero

GREAT from Read-Write-Think
Includes Journal Template

My Brother Martin Lessons
From Macmillian McGraw-Hill
4th grade online activities for the book

Chris Soentpiet
Learn about the illustrator
of My Brother Martin


Dr. Martin Luther King

An Integrated Lesson Unit for Primary Classrooms

Martin Luther King
Multiple well-organized resources

Great Resources for MLK

Education World - Martin Luther King, Jr.
Lots of ideas here, including a
"Write Your Own I Have a Dream Speech" template.

Black History Month
Click on Martin Luther King
for some wonderful links

Martin Luther King Day
Unit Theme

from Teaching is a Work of Heart

MLK Quiz and Lessons

Martin Luther King Report Form

Take the "We Can Be Like Martin" Pledge
Based on the book My Brother Martin
Teaching Tolerance
I Have a Dream Project
Contact Ms. Jacoby
To our classroom site Window to Our World