Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
About His Day – In 1963 a speech
was made that changed the way that some people think.
History Glance – Martin Luther King, Jr. was a target of a lot
of hate and had to always have protection.
– Read about the woman that sparked a major civil rights movement
in the 1950s.
Courage – Read this fictional story about a young boy living
in Alabama in 1955.
MLK Maze – Find our way
to unity and peace.
Words – How many words can you make from the word civil rights?
Try to make at least four 5-letter words.
– Use the code below to decipher one of the dreams that Martin Luther
King Jr. had for the world.
– See if these words give you a challenge. I think they will.
I Can Change
The World! – Big change can come by small actions. Write down
at least six ways that you can help end racism and be a positive change
in the world.
Rights – Civil rights are a broad range of privileges and
rights guaranteed by the United States Constitution and subsequent
amendments and laws that guarantee certain freedoms to all individuals.