“I Have a Dream”


Every one of us has a dream, an aspiration, something ideal we want. When we ask kids what they want it is usually full of wonderful innocence. Have a go at this activity and find out what your students’ dreams are for the world.



Learning about history that will certainly impact the way students see and interact in the world is very essential. Hence, on the day of Martin Luther King Jr., it is important to go back to his dreams and aspirations about equality and civil rights. This activity will teach your students about MLK’s aspirations for the world but also to open their hearts and minds about their own hopes and desires for the world.


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