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Martin Luther King Jr. Day Math Worksheets

Why Do We Celebrate Martin Luther King, Jr. Day? Along with other important holidays, Martin Luther King Jr. is also of great significance. Every year, on the third Monday of January, Martin Luther King Jr. is a national holiday for honoring the United States' most famous civil-rights activist. The day is celebrated to observe equal rights for all Americans and regardless of their background. He delivered his famous "I have a dream" speech in front of a quarter-million population during the peaceful March in Washington, DC. Because of this, he became the youngest man to receive the Nobel Peace Prize at age 35. He spent his life fighting for civil rights and started movements against poverty until he passed away. For his enthusiasm and because of his struggles, the day is now celebrated as a national holiday to pay respects. For use during the third Monday of every January. We celebrate his life and work with a series of worksheets to help you communicate his message of peace and equality.

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Grade 1

  • Martin Luther King Jr. Day Word Problems(1.OA.2 and 1.OA.3) - Martin Luther King Day is a holiday where we remember the work of civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King. He was a great man who believed in equal rights and nonviolent activism.
  • Subtraction Word Problems(1.OA.A.1.D.12) - Dana had 17 Martin Luther King, Jr. stickers. She gave 8 away. How many stickers does Dana have left?
  • Adding 1-digit to 2-digit(1.NBT.C.4.B.22) - Solve for the following 1 digit plus 2 digit addition problems.

Grade 2

  • Even & Odd(2.OA.C.3.A.7) - Color the circle by the word "even" red if the number is even, color the circle by the word "odd" blue if the number is odd.
  • Completing Subtraction Sentences with up to 3-digits(2.NBT.B.7.J.5) - Complete the following subtraction problems.
  • Purchases with Money(2.MD.C.8.P.13) - Sammie wants to buy a Martin Luther King poster. It cost $3.75. He has two dollar bills, four quarters, seven dimes, and one nickel.

Grade 3

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Grade 6

  • Equivalent Ratios(6.R.P.A.3a.AA.4) - Determine if the following ratios are equivalent.
  • Find the Least Common Multiple(6.NS.B.4.N.8) - Find the least common multiple (LCM) for the following.
  • Distributive Property(6.EE.A.3.P.18) - Solve the following problems using the distributive property.
  • Create Bar Graphs(6.SP.B.4.R.8) - The bar graph shows how many students from each of the six grade classes that went to the MLK parade.

Grade 7

Grade 8

Who Was Doctor Martin Luther King, Jr.?

I Have a Dream

Whether we want to believe it or not, people will treat others differently, not based on their character, but based on things that are beyond their own control. This can be any number of things such as race, gender, sexual orientation.

In 1863 the Emancipation Proclamation was signed into law ending slavery, but this did little to change the mindset of many White Americans. They saw African Americans as second-class citizens. It took almost 100 years for any change to begin to get in motion. In the 1950s and 60s the civil rights leader Martin Luther King, Jr. began to challenge this culture norm through consistent peaceful protest. His goal was for America to see that all people have the same exact rights. His message eventually started to get the ball rolling in the right direction, it led to many changes in the American culture. We still have much inequity to challenge and make right in American society, but if anyone can be seen as the spark that lite the fire, it would be him.

In 1964 he was the youngest person to every be awarded the Nobel Prize for Peace. Today there are close to 750 American streets that bear his name. Some of his greatest work was centered on making voting more accessible for people of color, which is far from ideal even today.

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