As the new year begins, parents are busy planning the second half of the school year. Add this President’s Day short unit study to your lesson plans to share why we celebrate President’s Day.
President’s Day is celebrated on the third Monday in February – between the 15th and the 21st. The holiday was supposed to be a day to celebrate George Washington’s birthday on February 22nd.
At present, this day is typically celebrated in honor of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. It is also an opportunity to recognize a day to honor all of the U.S. presidents lives and birthdays.
Celebrate and take advantage of this perfect time to learn about president sin your home. You can teach your kids all about the great leaders of this nation.
This short unit study includes 44 pages of copywork, activities, and writing challenges. Acrostic activities and money bingo games add some fun to learning time.
Assign copywork that uses scripture and quotes from George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Through copying, your child will discover truths from wise leaders and the Bible.
For a creativity exercise, your child can design their own American coin.
Use this mini study as a stand alone exercise, or to complement a unit study.
Find more President’s Day printables for your history class.
- FREE President Trump Unit Study
- Notebooking Download on U.S. Presidents
- FREE Presidential Handwriting Bundle
- Printable U.S. Presidents Memory Game
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