Below are my favorite Martin Luther King Jr. crafts, activities and ideas for celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day with Kids. Be sure to check out my Martin Luther King Jr. Day for Kids Pinterest board for more favorites. All images are sourced from the original linked up post. Please click through to the websites for all the details!
I found these Martin Luther King Jr. Crafts for Kids and had to share them with you all!
We have a few activities in the works on our end that I will be sure to share with you soon.
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Martin Luther King Jr. Crafts Kids Love
This craft from Kristen at Busy Kids = Happy Mom is beautiful on so many levels. I love the colors, the dove, and the collaborative approach.
Deborah at Teach Preschool gives us an easy and awesome hands on craft for kids to truly begin to think about these bigger topics.
Mari from Inspired by Family Magazine rocked this big topic! What child does not love cracking eggs AND the element of surprise! Plus, the lesson sticks with children.
Valerie at Inner Child Fun offers simple and beautiful activities. I adore this Peace Symbol plate. Easy to put together and lots of room for creativity!
Artists Helping Children offers wonderful multicultural activities to celebrate MLK Jr. Day with kids.
Mommyfriend at Babble offers helpful advice to parents who want to teach kids about MLK Jr.
Free Kids Crafts presents a beautiful MLK Jr. hand print poem craft for kids
This hand print wreath is a lovely MLK Jr. kids craft
I love this MLK Jr. reading activity from Julia at Variquest
Allie at No Time for Flashcards presents an easy yet powerful MLK Jr. Kids Multicultural Craft
Daria from Daria Music shares children's songs for Martin Luther King Jr. Day
I saved this lovely post from Go Kid Yourself for last: MLK Jr. & his Children
Thank you for visiting us today. Please leave a comment with your favorite MLK Jr. idea for Kids. I love hearing from you.
Resources for Teaching Kids Diversity
- Good People Everywhere
- Lakeshore Pretend Play People
- Ten Amazing People & How They Changed the World
- Crayola Multicultural Crayons
- Multicultural Construction Paper