Are you teaching about George Washington for President’s Day or perhaps some other time? Today I have some fun George Washington Kindergarten Worksheets that I think you will enjoy! Before we being, though, I have some fun book recomendations for you…..First read the books, then do the George Washington Kindergarten worksheets…. it will be fun to learn history!
4 Four Free George Washington Kindergarten Worksheets
My kids absolutely love the “I am George Washington” book (linked above). It is cute and clever and fun. After you read a George Washington book, consider making a President’s Day Craft, like George Washington puppet! After you make your craft, you can color some coloring pages or make a little George Washington mini-book. The nice thing about the mini-book is that it allows students to sequence the events of President Washington’s life in order. I have included a little mini-book with the Free George Washington Kindergarten Worksheets! Here are some pictures of what the free activities look like for today!
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