January’s Pinterest Pick 3 Linky

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Welcome to January's Pick 3 Party hosted by Inspired Owl's Corner and PAWSitively Teaching and Just Reed! The holidays are over and we're all getting back to reality this week. I found some great pins for January to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday and a cute New Year's craft for your first week back. I hope these ideas help you to survive your first weeks back at school.

 

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MLK poster

This is a great poster kids could make to concentrate on a few main ideas about Martin Luther King Jr.'s life and accomplishments. After selecting a few highlights it would be fun to find pictures and create a poster.

 

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MLK foldable

Another idea to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr.'s birthday is this foldable. It is a popular pin and a foldable kids could have fun making.

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New Year Girl

Happy New Year 2016!!

It's a good time to spend a few minutes thinking about what we can do to improve ourselves. This pin shows a primary child's writing, but this activity could be adapted to include higher level writing skills, such as writing a paragraph or including descriptive words.  Kids would enjoy the art work and adding a New Year's horn for fun!

 

Check out my Pinterest feed for more great winter ideas. I have a great board for Martin Luther King Jr. and another one for Black History month. Feel free to peruse those boards to find some great ideas. If you have an interesting activity for Martin Luther King, a fun winter activity, interest, recipe or January-anything-at-all pin, feel free to link up. Visit other participating blogs for more creative ideas and leave comments everywhere to tell bloggers what you think. Have fun!

 

Kathleen in 8 Apples
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8 thoughts on “January’s Pinterest Pick 3 Linky

  1. The MLK poster is such a great idea. We have been working on main idea for a while now. The poster would be a great way to assess their understanding.

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  2. Inspired Owl's Corner

    Love the MLK printables! I love goal setting with the kids when we return from break. Thank you so much for sharing and linking up with us! 🙂

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