President’s Day is around the corner! You may have already seen our Presidents Day Lesson Plan, or our Presidents Day Writing Prompt! You will see in those posts that two books we love to use when teaching for presidents day are…
Presidents Day Activities for Kids
Paper bag President Puppets -Mrs. Karle’s Sight and Sound Reading (us)
Put together a president Venn-Diagram, and then follow up with a persuasive writing project about the presidents.
Watch these videos and sing along with songs about the presidents!
Print out this free no-prep flip book to use with your Presidents Day unit study or just for a fun activity to learn about fun facts about the presidents.
Free President’s Day Mini Books – Ready-Set-Read
This free printable offers some basic facts about the presidents and some of their accomplishments. Color them and put them together and you get a mini fact book to put together to learn a little about the presidents. Plus there’s a book list to use with older kids to expand on the lesson further.
Read Buzzy and Thomas move into the President’s House -and learn about Thomas Jefferson’s dog and all the emotions Buzzy has when he finds out he is to move into the President’ house.
Test your presidential knowledge with this free trivia quiz. Then if you really want to test your knowledge, play the “All the Presidents’ Dogs” game
Transform into your favorite president with these fun and easy DIY masks using paper plates!
These president themed photo props would be a fun way to celebrate President’s Day!
A list of fun projects and crafts to learn more about Abraham Lincoln.
Make a mini George Washington and Abe Lincoln using toilet paper rolls with this fun craft.
Download these free pattern sets and create a fun craft inspired by George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, then finish up with a fun writing prompt with your kids about they would do if they had Abe Lincoln’s hat.
Combine crafting and snack time with this mini edible version of Abraham Lincoln’s using pretzels and graham crackers!
All you need are a few popsicle sticks and some construction paper to build another kid friendly version of Abraham Lincolns log cabin.
Create a mini top hat just like the one Abraham Lincoln used to wear.
This is the perfect way to combine Presidents’ Day, science, and money skills all into a hands on activity.
I hope you enjoy and make some of these Presidents Day Activities for Kids!
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