Even though I am Caucasian, I do understand the significance of what Dr. Martin Luther King’s dreams and passions are about. I respect this man as a human being and as an activist in his time. I feel his time with us on Earth was too short. Even for me, he is an inspiration.
While searching for the coloring pages for this Martin Luther King Day article and coloring pages, some of the photos and coloring pages I found led me to find out more about him than I knew before.
One of the photos I saw of him made me wonder what he was thinking at the time it was taken. Other photo’s gave me a chill, such as the one taken during his I Have a Dream speech.
Printable Martin Luther King Coloring Pages
There are eight coloring pages for Martin Luther King Day. Instructions are included for printing the coloring pages.
Printable Martin Luther King Day Online Coloring Pages
There are five MLK coloring pages. These pages can be colored online with the coloring tools found on this site.
Printable MLK Coloring Pages
There are five MLK coloring pages at preschoolcoloringbook.com.
Printable Theme of the Week – Martin Luther King, Jr. Activities
There is a bit of information about Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., at lessontutor.com. There are 16 different activities connected to Dr. King. There are worksheets, coloring pages, and recommended books to read about this civil rights movement activist.
Printable Martin Luther King’s Birthday Activities
There are e-cards, coloring pages, word search puzzles, a timeline game, and write a story activities at akidsheart.com.
I feel anyone who has compassion for people should learn more about Martin Luther King, Jr. He can inspire us all to become a better person. Feeling inspired by those who have overcome diversities in their lives can help us find out who we are.
Taking a stand to change the way we look and think about people from a different race, culture, and those with handicaps, can help us become at peace with ourselves and others. This isn’t what Dr. King was aiming for in his I Have a Dream speech, but by freeing ourselves from the boundaries of segregation of all kinds is what is going to have to change. With the boundaries of segregation of blacks, whites, Indians, Muslims, Hispanics, and all other races, no one race will ever be free of the chains our forefathers have given us.