The United States of America celebrates Presidents’ Day on the third Monday of February each year. We honor two of America’s presidents that made enormous contributions to our nation’s rich history – George Washington and Abraham Lincoln.
President’s Day is coming up! Be prepared with materials, ideas, and activities to celebrate in your homeschool! This holiday is a great way to discuss American History from its starting point and move into today’s political topics, depending on the age of your child. Use these materials to supplement your teaching and extend your children’s learning!
Happy Presidents’ Day!
If you’d like to spend a day (or a few!) learning about these men from our history, choose a few resources from the list below.
You’ll find printable packets, recipes, hands-on activities, and more!
FHD’s Presidents’ Day Resources!
This amazing unit study has all sorts of activities for geography, history, language arts, and more from FHD!
123 Homeschool 4 Me has 9 great coloring pages for your younger learners!
This unit study from 123 Homeschool 4 Me is perfect for grades K-6, and your kids will learn all about Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. There are videos, bingo games, craft ideas, and so much more!
Enjoy this FREE 15-minute music lesson for Presidents Day! With this activity, your children will learn “Hail to the Chief” as well as a song to memorize the President names! It’s a fun way to introduce the presidents and get your children excited about it. (There are 3 pages included).
Presidents’ Day Printables and Worksheet Packets
Download a Presidents’ Day Printable Mini Unit for Kindergarten – 6th Graders.
Download a Presidents’ Day Lapbook from Homeschool Share.
Select a few Presidents’ Day Coloring Pages for your young learners.
This Washington and Lincoln Printable Packet from In All You Do contains the history of both presidents, links to activities, and more!
For your younger learners, download a set of free Presidents coloring pages.
Write about Washington and Lincoln notebooking style with these President Notebooking Pages.
Let your kids learn about the highest role in our government while improving how they write with these FREE Presidential Handwriting Bundle.
Help your kids learn all about the presidency of Thomas Jefferson and James Madison with this FREE Notebooking download on U.S. Presidents.
Read a poem about how Presidents’ Day started and download a few coloring pages for your young ones.
Have fun playing Presidents’ Day Bingo with pennies and quarters!
Encourage writing in your homeschool with this 9-page set of Presidents’ Day Writing Prompts from In All You Do.
Scroll down on this post to download a neat file folder-style Presidents’ Day Writing Activity.
This Presidents’ Day printable packet includes writing prompts, letter mash-ups, bookmarks, and more!
Books About Presidents’ Day
Presidents’ Day by Anne Rockwell
Celebrating Presidents’ Day by Kimberly Jordano
Presidents’ Day by Robin Nelson
Who Was George Washington? by Roberta Edwards
Who Was Abraham Lincoln? by Janet B. Pascal
Hands-On Activities and Crafts for Presidents’ Day
Get your kids thinking by reading the book and doing this Madam President Book Study from In All You Do.
Make a Presidents Mask! Instructions for Lincoln or Washington.
Sing a few Presidents’ Day Songs during your Circle Time or Morning Time.
This Presidents’ Day Printable Activity Packet includes directions for an Abraham Lincoln craft and a 3D model of the Washington Monument.
Break out the craft sticks and make a Lincoln Log Cabin. Fun!
Study the Letter P this week and make a ‘P is for President’ craft.
Grab some paper and crayons and do a Presidential coin rubbing.
Fun Presidents’ Day Food!
Make a Presidents’ Day lunch together!
Pull out your creative side and make Presidents’ Day Pancakes!
Put together a Patriotic Snack Mix for an extra special snack time.
Make an Abraham Lincoln cake.
Indulge in marshmallow pops for Presidents’ Day – cherry and Lincoln hats.
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