Martin Luther King Day Coloring
A few days ago I gave some book recommendations and Martin Luther King Day Lesson ideas. Today I have a few Martin Luther King Day Coloring Pages. As I said a few days ago, the books that are great for preschool/kindergarten to teach about Dr. King include
My First Biography: Martin Luther King, Jr. – This is a great easy to read and understand book. It is excellent book for preschoolers/kindergarten/first grade. Great for teaching MLK Jr and his contribution to American history.
My First Biography: Martin Luther King, Jr.
The Story of Martin Luther King Jr – This little boardbook uses only approximately 200 words to tell about the life of Martin Luther King, Jr. and to explain, in simple terms, how he ended segegation in America. Perfect for preschool – but, great for Kindergarten too! Easy to read and understand.
The Story of Martin Luther King Jr.
I am Martin Luther King, Jr. (Ordinary People Change the World) -This book is more for first or second or even third and fourth grade. It is almost “comic book like”. Its style makes it a nice read for an older level but again is very easy to understand and explain. My 2nd and 4th grader both enjoy this book.
I am Martin Luther King, Jr. (Ordinary People Change the World)
Martin Luther King Day Coloring
Then, after reading one of these books, you can do some Martin Luther King Day Coloring and a Martin Luther King Day writing Prompt.
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Wow! This is fantastic!
I am excited to get the MLK coloring pages.
Great! Hope you enjoy!
Oh boy! Thanks so much! I was looking for activities to do with my boys to learn more about MLK Jr.
Thanks so much for sharing your MLK coloring pages with us at Funtastic Friday.
I would love to get some MLK ideas!
Were you able to get these coloring pages? To do so, you have to enter your email into the blue box and the pages will be sent to you in email. I will enter it there for you…let me know if you don’t get them. Also, you can find more MLK ideas here:
Martin Luther King Jr. Materials
So glad you like them! To get the free activities you enter your name/email into the blue form on the site and they get automatically emailed to you. I am not sure if you did this or not so I am going to request it for you now, just to make sure you get them. Enjoy!
MLK Jr materials
To get the freebie from our site you need to fill out your name/email into the blue form on the page. I just requested the MLK Coloring pages for you. Be on the lookout in your email for an email with the freebie! IF you have any trouble, please email me at [email protected]
Looking forward to getting the coloring pages!
Awesome! Enjoy the coloring pages…have fun!
I’d like to print some of the coloring pages for my class this is a great website
To get the freebie you need to enter your name/email into the form and then it will be auto-mailed to you. I will do this for you now. If you don’t find the freebie, check your spam folder…sometimes things go there. The freebie has a subject of “Here is your free download!” …Inside that email there is a link. That link, if you click on it, the download will either popup in a new tab or download into your download folder. Sometimes that link does not come hyperlinked. If that happens you have to copy/paste the link into a new browser tab and it will then open for you. If you have trouble with this, though, you can forward me the email/replay to the freebie email you received and I will be happy to help you with it. In either case… if you can’t find the email I am talking about -let me know and I will get it to you.
Thank you for the resource.