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Martin Luther King Jr for Kids

Martin Luther King Jr for Kids

Next Monday we celebrate MLK Day.

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Martin Luther Kids Jr for Kids

1.  Read the story of MLK so your kids become aware of his movement

2.  Discuss the definition of prejudice.  Brainstorm ways you can dvelop friends & learn from people of different races or political persuasions.

3.  Discuss your dreams and goals for your family.  Use these quotes:

If you can dream it, you can do it.  ~ Walt Disney

Nothing much happens without a dream.  For something really great to happen, it takes a really great dream.  ~ Robert Greenleaf

Without a vision, the people perish.  ~ Proverbs 29:8

4.  Check out books from the library.  This week, learn about cultures of children from different nationalities.

A Picture Book of Martin Luther King Jr

This biography was recommended to me. Regardless of age, everyone can learn about MLK

5.  Attend a local event.

6. Use these free notebooking pages to do a unit study on Martin Luther King Jr.

Free Martin Luther King, Jr. Notebooking Pages from NotebookingPages.com

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