Martin Luther King Jr. Word Order Scrambled Sentences
Apply your capitalization, punctuation, and word order skills to put the words back in order and make
the original sentence.
Pick two words to make them switch places. Correctly placed words will become immoveable.
Hint: Capitals and punctuation help identify the
first and last words of the sentence. The order of adjectives or articles and nouns are also clues.
Correctly placed words will look like this.
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All Martin Luther King Jr. Reading, Games and Worksheets
Martin Luther King Jr. Day is observed on the third Monday of January.
Martin Luther King Jr. was an important leader of the Civil Rights Movement.
Martin Luther King Jr. Day was first observed in 1986.
Martin Luther King Jr. was assassinated on April 4, 1968.
The assassination of Martin Luther King sparked riots in many American cities.
Dr. King helped organize the massive March on Washington in 1963.
In 1964, Martin Luther King Jr. was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize.
Martin Luther King Jr. devoted his life to ending racial discrimination.
Dr. King embraced Gandhi's philosophy of non-violent resistance.
In 1955, Dr. Martin Luther King led the Montgomery Bus Boycott.
Martin Luther King also fought against poverty and the Vietnam War.
Dr. King believed that, "Nonviolence is a powerful and just weapon."
Dr. King once said that, "Everybody can be great because anybody can serve."
Dr. King believed that, "Hate destroys the very structure of the personality of the hater."
The famous "I Have a Dream" speech was delivered from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial.
The King Day of Service is a day of citizen action volunteer service in honor of Martin Luther King Jr.