Are you learning about the presidents? Do your kids know the past presidents and what they have done for our country? This simple unit study will help them learn about the history of President’s Day while working through various subjects!
Free Presidents Day Unit Study featuring Math, Science, Geography, Visual Arts, Language Arts, Social Studies, and Drama
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Don’t forget to check out the accompanying Mini Unit Studies for George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
Here are some other great supplements I found to use with this unit study:
Sign your student(s) up on mygreatmaps.com and make the maps completely interactive!! They can color them, label them and more!! It’s a great geography resource!!!
Teacher Vision has this President’s Day Math Worksheet (grades 4-8) that is perfect. Here are more great Math Printables for President’s Day on Teacher Vision. You get 5 FREE downloads when you come as a guest!!
Yummy Math offers a more advanced graphing Math Worksheet.
DLTKids has a fun President’s Day Word Search available.
Teacher Vision has a mini-book of 11 U.S. Presidents that perfect for Presidents Day. You get 5 FREE downloads when you come as a guest!!
The First Grade Sweet Life has this cute Presidents Day syllable sort for free.
Classroom Freebies has a great list of more President’s Day freebies!
Classroom Jr shares these cute President’s Day Story Starters.
MAZES, PUZZLES AND CRAFTS
Education.com has a fun White House maze for Third Graders.
Classroom Jr. shares this cute Tissue Paper Cherry Tree project.
Here are additional featured free Presidents’ Day resources from Free Homeschool Deals!
And, here’s a list of FREE Preschool Printables to use for your Littles!
- The Motley Mom has some cute crafts for President’s Day.
- Kids Soup has a great round-up of Preschool Printables for Presidents Day.
- A fun “Design Your Own Coin” sheet on Preschool Printables.
- DLTKids has some super cute and fun Do-a-Dot printables.
Don’t forget to check out my Holidays: Presidents Day Pinterest board for more ideas.
Annette has been married to her husband and best friend since 2013. They are raising their six children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her other children who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating UNIT STUDIES with FREE PRINTABLES for homeschool families. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, gluten-free recipes, DIY projects and maintaining her sanity. Or keep up with her through Facebook, Instagram, and their fulltime family traveling at Roadschooling the States with 8.