Sunday, January 13, 2013

Another Look At Martin Luther King

Check out these readers I have created to celebrate Martin Luther King's birthday. After reading some of the books that are readily available this makes a nice follow up for students to read. The focus is on the goals students can set for the new year. I have not used these in my classroom but I am definitely going to try it out in the coming week. This is such a nice way to encourage students to set goals for themselves and work hard just like Dr. King. One page has an empty frame which allows students to draw something they hope to accomplish by the end of the year. This is in Teachers Notebook for now because I am having trouble with TpT. I will keep trying and hopefully it will show me some love and upload later. So what is your dream?
Click on Dr. King to purchase these for just $4.00.

            









5 comments:

Mrs. Parker said...

Thank you. Can't wait to use it with my kinders.

Fran Kramer said...

You are such a sweetheart for doing that. I hope you love them.
Fran

Betsy Brown said...

This is a cute idea. Is it possible to fix the lowercase 'k' on Dr. King's name on the last page...'I want to be like Dr. King.' Very creative...thanks for your efforts.

Fran Kramer said...

Dear Betsy,
That is the capital for this font.
Fran

Mrs. Parker said...

Fran,
My class loved this book. They were so engaged and I loved the fact that each of the dreams represented skills that my students need. I used it for both small and whole group reading instruction. I love those touch dots for my students. I am looking forward to more purchases of these items in the future. :)