MLK Day Printables
We've got everything here from simple posters for younger children to notebooking pages for older kids, even a Learn to Draw Martin Luther King tutorial. Explore our MLK Day Printables below...
The cute illustration makes a fun writing paper for any time, but this printable is also especially suitable for writing projects on Martin Luther King Day.
Use this lovely dove frame for a writing exercise. Ask the children to write words that represent "peace" to them, or a short paragraph about peace.
Brainstorm what is meant by "peace", what symbols are used for peace, or synonyms, and use this pretty frame to record the results.
This printable dove template is useful at Christmas, MLK Day or Peace Day. Just cutting out another a doves in different sizes and on different papers and stringing them up to drift in the breeze can be very pretty and effective!
Martin Luther King Jr had a dream. "I have a dream that my four little children will one day live in a nation where they will not be judged by the colour of their skin, but by the content of their character." His words echoed around the world.
Print this quote bubble featuring the first line of Dr Martin Luther King's most famous speech. Use it as a poster or cut it out and add it to your MLK work or noticeboard.
Here's a fun activity for MLK Day! The kids can learn to draw Dr Martin Luther King for themselves if they follow our step by step instructions...
Words that might be used to describe Dr Martin Luther King Jr form the background to this interesting poster. It's perfect for starting off your own discussion, or for using as an example before creating similar posters for other inspiring people.
Print this fun poster with a simple illustration of Dr Martin Luther King Jr, designed for younger children. The poster also makes an excellent cover for a book or folder on Martin Luther King.
We've compiled 24 of Dr Martin Luther King Jr's most memorable and meaningful quotes on this printable. They were originally intended to be cut out and used with our Hand Banner craft, but of course you might find other uses for them!
This lovely statue of Dr Martin Luther King Jr says it all, really. He strides purposefully head, with two children - one black, one white - tucked under his arms.
This imposing and contraversial statue of Dr Martin Luther King Jr is carved from white granite and stands 30 foot tall! You can find it on the National Mall in Washington DC.
Here's are some fun printable Martin Luther King writing pages (in colour and black and white) to use in your writing projects.
These lovely bookmarks feature Dr Martin Luther King's most famous quote, "I have a dream", and are illustrated with children around the world. Perfect for printing and handing out on MLK Day or any time you are studying the life of Martin Luther King. They print 4 to a page.
These large word cards include words and phrases that you might want when learning about Dr Martin Luther King Jr and MLK Day.
Display the opening line of Dr Martin Luther King's most famous speech with the help of this printable poster.
Print out these large and cheerful coloured letters which spell the word PEACE and use them to brighten up your Peace Day display.
We've put some fun patterns on these printable letters which spell the word PEACE, perfect for Peace Day crafts, projects and displays.
Here's a great way to get the kids writing about Peace Day. Each letter in the word 'PEACE' is ruled, so they can write their own stories, facts or poems. Perfect to create a class display!