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Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.

Interactives Activities, Multimedia Materials, eBooks 
All ages - Accessible in school and at home 
English and Spanish 

Students Grades 1st through 12th:  Martin Luther King, Jr. Poem / Video contest.   

Theme:  Challenge Yourself and Those Around You.  Contest runs through January 20th.  

      For more:

Extensive resource collections 

MLK Center The King Center 


Brain Pop Jr. BrainPop Jr. MLK Jr.  

          BrainPop – 

BookFlix (K-2)  
Martin’s Big Words and Paired Book  -

           (Once you login to Bookflix, use the pages with books 5-8)

Safari Montage

Many materials include:  Teachers guides, quiz, Spanish versions and more   

Search selecting the Spanish language option, or see below:  

Martin Luther King, Jr. - Description:  (1929-1968) Moving interviews with civil rights leaders Andrew Young and James Farmer, 
English/Spanish, grades  grades 5 up 

Martin Luther King, Jr. Day - K-4, English/Spanish 

Martin Luther King Jr. - Schlessinger Media, K-4

Quick Resource Links:  

1. Audio recording of speech

2.  ESL Resources, multiple links and related activities 


5.  Virtual Tour - Birthplace.  Pictures through National Park Service -ttp://
7.  Handouts, lesson plans, support materials for K-5 - Edmemtum MLK Jr. Free Resources


For older students
i) MLK Jr. Day of Service

j) Martin Luther King Jr. Research Institute

k) I Found a Dream – Interactive Poetry
   When this page pulls up it may ask permission to run Shockwave player, yes, run; do not install additional tool bars.      Allowing Shockwave, only, will permit movable text.  This activity is printable
l) Library of Congress – America’s Story
m) World Book Online
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o)  WikiPedia -
p)  The American Experience PBS -
q)  Vocabulary Puzzles -
r)  Seattle Times Article  -

Teacher resources, Grades K through 5:  Lesson plans - NEA 

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*Martin Luther King Jr. images, courtesy of Seattle Times, NYSED Martin Luther King Jr. Museum, and the other wonderful providers of the links herein

Update:  1/9/17