Celebrate the legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. with this Bulletin Board Craft and Writing Bundle perfect for students in kindergarten, first grade, and second grade.
All craft templates are provided to create the perfect display for MLK Day or Black History Month. Just copy the templates onto card stock/ construction paper, and let the students do the rest! Step-by-step directions included to create MLK’s face and 3-D collared shirt!
Choose from a variety of differentiated writing templates. Select your favorite to go with the craft, and use the other writing pages during the week of Dr. King’s birthday.
Black and white bulletin board letters and Red, White, and Blue Sparkle letters are included that read “We Have a Dream!”
Please note this is a DIGITAL file, which you will print. No physical product will be shipped. It is NOT editable due to copyright. Resource is sold exactly as shown. Customizations may not be made to this resource. Thank you for understanding!
This download is intended for use by the purchaser only, unless additional licenses are purchased (one license per teacher). It may be printed by the teacher for use in class or sent home as a paper packet for homework or distance learning. Parents or homeschooling families may purchase for teaching children at home.
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Casey and the Kindergarten Korner Team