Saturday, January 7, 2012

Martin Luther King Day Lesson Plans and Black History Month Lesson Plans for your classroom

I am offering several items for teachers to use in their classroom for Martin Luther King Day and Black History Month. So far, I have created four items that are available for sell. The first item is the Voices of the African-American Civil Rights Movement Literacy Packet. It teaches students of five of the many people that helped the African-American Civil Rights Movement to succeed. The five people covered in the packet include Martin Luther King Jr, Frederick Douglas, Rosa Parks, W.E.B. Dubois, and John Brown. It is available for download for only $3.99 at

The second item I am offering for Martin Luther King Day is the Key Events in the Life of Martin Luther King Literacy Center Activity Packet. This packet is very upbeat as it includes five literacy station activities. I highly recommend for a lesson to be designed in which students move around the room in this one. The packet includes a Multiple Choice Reading Comprehension station, a written response to questions station, a letter-writing station, an artistic design station, and an act-it out station. It is also available for only $3.99 at

If you have trouble deciding between the two packets listed above, there is always the option of buying them in a bundle for only $6.99 by clicking at

Finally, I have created a packet for Black History Month entitled Celebrating Black Athletes Math and Literacy. The packet includes the biography of five great African-American athletes. The athletes included are Michael Jordan, Jackie Robinson, Muhammad Ali, Jerry Rice, and Tony Gwynn. For each biography, there are five reading comprehension questions and five questions which require to solve word problems. It is available for download for only $5.99 at

I will keep you posted as I create more great products for the future. Visit my store today and see the vast array of items I have to offer for your classroom.

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  1. Glad to see you are blogging!! Good Job!

  2. Hey Chadwick, been following you on TPT for a bit now and decided to pass along the Liebster Award that Anne Marie gave to me.

    See my post at:

  3. Thank you so much Kathleen. I humbly accept the award. I will have to give it a couple days of thought and research to decide who I will pass the award along to. It is great to be a part of the teacherspayteachers family. I am grateful for the support that I have received from the tpt community. It's an honor to a site of teacherpreneurs where we unite together as one to help one another get better.