MLK “I Have a Dream” Craft

It is Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the United States. One of the most famous speeches of all time was the “I have a dream” speech written and spoken by Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1963.

First read, “I Have a Dream” by Kadir Nelson to the children in your care. Then have them make this thoughtful project to correspond with the book and the infamous speech.

Have the children write down what Dr. King’s speech inspire them to dream. Young children may wish for things for themselves such as more toys. But older children should think more about what they dream for their community and world as a whole.

You can purchase the book and the supplies for this project tapping the links in this post or by visiting my storefront by clicking here.

You Will Need:

Card Stock Paper
Cloud Template
Paper Cutter
White Glue

What to Do:

1. Print out a cloud by clicking here and cut it out. Write “I Have a Dream …” on the cloud.

2. Cut out strips of rainbow colored paper with a paper cutter.

3. Have the children write down what the dream for on the colored strips of paper.

4. Paste the top of the strips of dreams to the back of the cloud. Make sure you can read what has been written on the strips of paper.

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