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Martin Luther King Jr. WebQuest – Black History Month Digital Inquiry Activities

Celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., a pivotal figure in the Civil Rights Movement, with these engaging Internet WebQuest activities tailored for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students. Through guided exploration of online resources, students will deepen their understanding of Dr. King’s contributions to social justice and racial equality.

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Looking for a fun way for students to practice research and inquiry skills? These Martin Luther King Jr. Internet WebQuest activities are perfect for upper elementary students to practice finding information from internet sources!

Martin Luther King Jr. was an important civil rights activist and leader in black history. Celebrate his life and accomplishments for Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Black History Month, or at any time of the year with these engaging and easy-to-implement WebQuest activities!

How It Works

Students are given a kid-friendly source to read and find information on a nonfiction topic based on guided questions.

This is perfect for independent or partner work, sub plans, homework, and so much more! It can also be easily assigned for face-to-face or distance learning!

What’s Included

The following resource is designed for 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students and includes:

  • 2 Martin Luther King Jr. WebQuest activities
  • Color and Printer-Friendly versions
  • Digital Link to Google Slides
  • Answer Keys

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