Dare To Be Different
- What makes one person different from the next? Read the following sentences about the wonderful differences between people. It
makes life much more interesting! Correct the plural spelling mistakes of each
Differences Mad Libs - One of the most fun grammar activities
out there. Fill in the blanks with the appropriate type of word. Noun, verb, adjective etc. Try to place words without
reading the story to make it extra silly.
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. It includes a sizeable reading passage for you to work with.
Courage - Read this fictional story about a young boy living in Alabama in 1955.
MLK Maze - Find our way to unity and peace through the maze of walls and barriers that you must overcome.
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.
Crossword - See if these words give you a challenge. You may think that is why we created a word bank for you.
I Have A Dream That... - Write what your dream is for this country and world. Be
specific and write at least six sentences.
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.
Civil 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.