Students should only go on any of these links with permission from their teacher while in school or parents when they are out of school.  Click on the title below to get to the site or game.  Enjoy!

Martin Luther King's Address at March on Washington
August 28, 1963. Washington, D.C.

Learn about Martin Luther King Jr. through this website.

Description: Each word on the list is hidden in the pool of letters. Words may be hidden horizontally, vertically, diagonally, forward, or backward.

Instructions: To circle a discovered word, mouse-click on one end of the word and mouse-drag to the other end of the word.

Description: The letters in each word have been scrambled. Try to guess the word by clicking on the letters in the correct order. When you are finished click the "Check Answer" button to see if you are correct. After showing the answer, tap "Play Again" for another randomly-chosen word with scrambled letters. This game will randomly scramble (mix up; jumble) the letters, so sometimes the letters may not be scrambled. This game will randomly choose the next word, so sometimes you may get the same word again.

Description: On August 28, 1963, Dr. Martin Luther King lead a famous march in Washington, DC. Help Dr. King find his way to the steps of the Lincoln Memorial so he can give his famous "I Have A Dream" speech. Click on the maze with your mouse to start the game. Use the arrow keys to move through the maze and get to the end.  Instructions: Click on the maze with your mouse to start the game. Use the arrow keys to move through the maze and get to the end.

Description: Put the jigsaw puzzle pieces together to form a picture of the MLK Memorial in Washington, DC.  Instructions: Click the Shuffle button to begin. Drag the pieces into place with your mouse. Right-click or click with your mouse and use the left or right arrow keys to rotate the pieces. Use the Preview button to see the picture. Use the Border, Middle, and All buttons to sort through the pieces.

Description: Unscramble the pieces to make a picture of Martin Luther King, Jr. Instructions: Click on the puzzle piece that you want to move. Hold your mouse button down, and move the puzzle piece to where you think it should go.

Description: Unscramble the pieces to make a picture. Instructions: Click on a tile to move it into the empty space.

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