Type about Martin Luther King, Jr.

January 13, 2013 1 min read
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Here is an activity that kids can do during center or independent time using technology with access to the internet.  After reading and learning about Dr. King, students can practice their typing skills by typing sentences about Dr. King. Find it here on TpT.
Students will need to use punctuation and the shift key to capitalize at the beginning of the sentence and proper nouns.  The sentences are given as models. They will type the sentence below.
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