Presidents’ Day Activities, Lesson Plans, Printables, and Teaching Ideas


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  • President’s Day Literacy and Math Fun! This unit contains activities to go with a Presidents or USA Unit.
  • Presidents Cut & Paste Activity Book   This Presidents Activity Book includes a Mini Booklet in which the students will cut & paste the faces of 10 famous presidents onto the appropriate page that includes the description for each president as well as questions about each president that the students use their booklet to answer.  It also includes the following activities: “If I were president for one day, I would..,” My illustration of me as president for one day,” “How many words?” activity, and “Writing the President” letter activity.
  • George Washington Cut and Paste Art Pattern  This cut-and-paste art project will provide your students with opportunities to improve their fine motor dexterity and their ability to follow directions. This project will also help develop their visual memories and enhance basic math skills.

Lessons, Printables & Resources @ A to Z

Presidents at Little Giraffes Teaching Ideas
Lots of photos of activities for learning about presidents Abraham Lincoln & George Washington and national symbols.

Coloring Pages of all the Presidents
Coloring pages for George Washington through George W. Bush. These pages were originally on George W. Bush’s White House for Kids website. They were taken down in the subsequent administration so they’ve been archived here at A to Z so teachers can continue using them.

Presidents’ Day Making Words

Presidents on Pinterest

 Resources @ Other Sites

Presidents’ Day Activities
You will find printable activities and coloring pages with easy to follow lesson plans, instructions and related resources.

Presidents Printables
Several printables for Abe Lincoln, George Washington, and presidents.

Activities and Crafts for Presidents’ Day
Several printouts and things to make for Presidents’ Day

Presidents at Inauguration Graph: How Old Were They?
Students graph the presidents’ ages at inauguration. Who was the youngest president? the oldest?

Presidents Song
The 44 presidents sung by Mrs. Fry’s 5th grade class.  A fun way to learn to recite the presidents in order!

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