President's Day is about more than just presidential birthdays! It's about celebrating our country's civic history and the men and women (and presidents!) who have been a part of it. Celebrate President's Day this year with fun activities, coloring pages, printables and more!
President's Day Activities
Help your child practice professional letter writing and spark her interest in civic engagement and current events by encouraging her to write a letter to the President about ...
What better way to celebrate President's Day than reflect on the opening words of our US Constitution? A great activity for the whole family, this energetic memory game will ...
This fun-filled activity will introduce your child to the political process.
Our founding fathers used quill pens to sign the US Constitution. In this activity, your child can go back in time and experience what it was like to write with quill pens.
Your second grader can honor two renowned U.S. Presidents--Abraham Lincoln and George Washington--by crafting larger-than-life pennies and quarters!
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President's Day Coloring Pages
Celebrate presidential history with this George Washington coloring page, which features both the first American President's image and his name.
Who was the first president of the United States? Who was the 16th president? This mandala introduces your child to two of the most famous presidents in history.
Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States, was famous for wearing a specific type of hat--and your child can make it appear by connecting the dots!
Introduce your child to President Abraham Lincoln with this fun coloring page.
Introduce George Washington, the first president of the United States, to your child with this fun coloring page!
Introduce the 35th president of the United States to your child with this coloring page featuring John F. Kennedy.
Introduce the U.S. presidents to your child with this fun coloring page featuring Theodore Roosevelt, our 26th president.
This coloring page features Harry Truman, the thirty-third president of the United States.
President's Day Worksheets
Chances are, your 2nd grader has seen the Great Seal of the United States all over the place: on money, or on TV when the President is speaking. Help her learn more about it ...
Help your child learn more about her American heritage with these coloring pages that are chock-full of history featuring the Declaration of Independence.
Read each statement about the president and determine if it's true or false. Correct it if it's false!
Located on the National Mall in Washington D.C., this monument honors the 16th President of the United States. Learn a bit about the history of this impressive marble ...
Put your child in command of her vocabulary with this presidentially-themed spelling test especially for 4th graders.
President Abraham Lincoln's hat isn't just a presidential treasure, it represents an infamous night in American history.
President's Day Articles
Kids may not have a right to vote, but that doesn't mean they don't have an opinion! Giving your child a forum in which to discuss current events, such the presidential ...
If we teach civic education to our children from textbooks, they might only remember it for the unit test, but if we teach children to love democracy through participation and ...
Does your teen care about what's happening on the political scene? Or understand it? Here's the reader's digest version of everything your teen should know about politics in ...
Parents can help pick up where the textbooks leave off, and advance their child's understanding of citizenship. Here are some tips to get you started.