By Jacqueline Holland Richardson

SecondissoSweet is a blog that was created with the teacher in mind. Hope you will find great inspiration that will assist you in the classroom!! Roll up your sleeves and lets get busy!!

Monday, January 17, 2011

Happy Birthday Martin Luther King

Happy Birthday Dr. King. On tomorrow, we, my class, will be discussing Dr. King. We will read the book Happy Birthday Martin Luther King. After the reading, students will answer comprehensive questions and create a response to literature by writing a few sentences about the book. they will then create a MLK doll. Here is the recipe:

All paper came from Recollections card stock, which is available at Michaels. The packages are on sale 2 for $5.oo this week.

I used the Paper Doll Dress Up cart. The promboy suit ( #4) was used as well as the assessories ( hair , shoes, tie). The doll was cut using black out and all items were cut at 6". I used Peachy Keen basic paper doll face stamps.