Okay, Martin Luther King, Jr., did not believe in plastic forks. That was just the first thing I had lying around to protect the pseudonymity of the innocent.
Yes, peace. Which is illustrated by white kids (check the hair) hugging each other. BB, as per the assignment, crossed out the picture that showed the opposite of peace: a black kid pushing a white kid. Um. This lesson on Martin Luther King, Jr., seems to be missing something. Like, I dunno... an anti-racist component? Historical context? Civil rights? Okay, I get that these are hard concepts to teach to five-year-olds. But not-so-subtle pictorial messages that black boys are nothing but trouble? That, apparently, is easy to teach to five-year-olds.
White boys! Don't tower over black girls and kick their toys! Get down on her level and help that poor girl. Lord knows she can't build with blocks by herself.
Martin Luther King, Jr., believed very strongly that white children should not litter. White folks! Use the trash cans!
After this important lesson, BB gives the obvious answer to the question of how she could be like Martin Luther King, Jr.: "black and white Guys can Drink the sam coffe." Because if there's one thing that BB has learned in her short life, it's that caffeine is the way to spread peace and happiness.