I believe teaching our children about Martin Luther King, Jr is essential in their education. My children have a hard time grasping this concept because they honestly don’t see anything different about African-Americans except that their skin is darker than ours as Caucasian. It’s a tough subject to teach, but my children need to learn the truth.
Unfortunately, the world does not see all races as equal which is oblivious to me. I must prepare my children to preach the gospel when faced with prejudicial issues. May we support God’s Holy Word as it’s stated in the following passages, Acts 10:34-35.
So Peter opened his mouth and said: “Truly I understand that God shows no partiality, but in every nation anyone who fears him and does what is right is acceptable to him.
This printable set is designed for preK and K aged children. I laminated the puzzles for the children to use for later dates. It helps to keep them sturdy.
- Letter’s Prewriting Practice
- Skip Counting
- I Can Write My Name
- Number Maze
- Word Searches
- What Comes Next?
- Which One’s Difference?
- Which One’s Larger?
- Illustration Drawing
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