Snag these engaging Martin Luther King Day activities for 3rd-4th grade math, now!
It's so hard to find math activities to incorporate into holidays. Specifically holidays that celebrate heroes.
Martin Luther King Jr. is such an amazing civil rights hero and he needs to be celebrated in math, too!
Martin Luther King Multiplication Activities
First, the multiplication activities include color-by-number worksheets with themes that relate to Martin Luther King.
For multiplication there are two versions. Version one has eight worksheets and version two has five worksheet options.
Version one is above and version two is featured below.
Martin Luther King Division Activities
Like the multiplication, the division activities include color-by-number worksheets with themes that relate to Martin Luther King.
Again, there are two different versions of multiplication worksheets.
Also, just like multiplication, version one has eight worksheets and version two has five worksheet options.
Next, for the division version one is above and version two is also featured below.
Now, I cannot tell you how much I love these engaging Martin Luther King Day activities for 3rd-4th grade math! Not only are color-by-numbers my favorite type of worksheet, I love that they are themed for Martin Luther King Day and as math teachers we have fun and engaging options for our students.
How to Use the Multiplication and Division Activities
Last, let me share a few ideas for where you can utilize the color-by-number worksheets.
- MLK Day Thematic
- Celebrating MLK Day in your classroom or homeschool
- Fluency practice
- Math centers
- Early finishers
- Good behavior
- Before holiday breaks
- Sub tubs
- Homeschool math centers
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