Martin Luther King's message was always one of peace. Try this pretty dove of peace craft as a reminder. This dove is also very pretty hanging from the Christmas Tree!
MLK Day Crafts
These Martin Luther King Day crafts can be used to teach children about other colours and cultures, and discuss the principals that Dr Martin Luther King Jr stood for. We have crafts which concentrate on his "I have a dream speech", crafts that give you an opportunity to talk about children of different races and colours, and also crafts with a "peace" theme.
This hand banner craft makes a good class or family project. Why not make the banner long enough to circle a room so it joins together in a unified circle? Each child can use a different quote and think about its meaning.
Our "I Have A Dream" poster is a good MLK Day activity for the home or classroom, encouraging children to think about their own version of a better world.
This MLK Day placemat craft is symbolic of Martin Luther King's message - that all colours of people are equal.
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This Andy Warhol inspired multi-coloured face poster is a great activity for MLK Day or other occasions when you are encourage children to think about different cultures and races
This multi-coloured handprint banner is perfect for Martin Luther King Day, international events, or any time you are studying different cultures. It makes a good classroom project.
This multicultural mask is a simple and fun way to help children see that they are all the same regardless of skin colour. Have the children look through both sides of the mask and ask if it makes any difference which face they show to how they feel. Perfect for MLK Day.
We made the figures for our One World poster from die cut doll shapes, but you could print out some of our paper dolls. Older children may like to dress the dolls in a range of traditional costumes.