Martin Luther King Jr

A Baptist Minister, Martin Luther King Junior became the symbol of the Civil Rights movement. He embodied peace and taught the benefit of organizing non-violent movements to achieve common understanding. His "I Have a Dream" speech is perhaps the single most frequently quoted and remembered speech ever recorded. He also received the Nobel Peace Prize, Presidential Medal of Freedom, and Congressional Gold Medal.

Share Martin Luther King Junior's Legacy with Expert Teaching Resources

Today we celebrate Martin Luther King Day as a national holiday. As teachers and adults it's easy to look at this great man and celebrate all that he embodied and taught. Sharing this sentiment and the historical significance of Martin Luther King Junior to students and children is important.

The resources available at can help you share and teach about Martin Luther King in an interesting and enjoyable way. When learning is fun, children quickly embrace the concepts. Lesson plans, critical thinking activities, hands on activities, worksheets and even printables and clip art can all help you communicate your message.