President's Day Activities

President's Day Activities

Celebrate President's Day with these white-house worthy activities for kids. From letters to the President to Lincoln Log Pancakes, we've got everything you need to enjoy President's Day in the classroom and at home!

President's Day Activities

Write a Letter to the President

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 ...

President's Day Craft

Celebrate the President's Day the creative way by constructing toilet paper tube figurines of a couple famous U.S. Presidents!

President's Day Treats

Celebrate President's Day this year by treating yourself to a delicious presidential snack inspired by Abraham Lincoln's humble birthplace: a banana log cabin!

President's Day Game

What better way to remember the achievements of past U.S. Presidents than with a game of memory!

Homemade Coins

Your second grader can honor two renowned U.S. Presidents--Abraham Lincoln and George Washington--by crafting larger-than-life pennies and quarters!

Penny Spelling Game

Spice up your first grader's spelling practice this President's Day by playing the Abraham Lincoln Penny Spelling game!

Barack Obama Crossword and Trivia

How well does your child really know the 44th President of the United States? In this activity, your child will read Barack Obama's biography online and then test his knowledge ...

Do the Preamble (Un)Scramble

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 ...

Play the Bill of Rights Drawing Game

Celebrate President's Day and learn about the Bill of Rights this February by playing this Pictionary-inspired Bill of Rights drawing game.

Democracy For the Kids, By the Kids

This fun-filled activity will introduce your child to the political process.

Interview with the President

Celebrate our nation and teach your child about politics and the world she lives in by conducting a mock interview with the President of the United States!

Who Were the Founding Fathers?

Bring historical figures alive with this fun family activity! Your child will plan a founding fathers feast by researching historical figures and assigning each character to a ...

Let Your Kids Campaign!

Kids are acutely aware of what's "fair" and what's not. Here's a quirky way to teach your first grader the importance of voting, by bringing it down to her level.

Draft a Family Constitution

What is the purpose of the U.S. Constitution? What are the rules of your home? Help your historian draft a Family Constitution and even give it an aged look using soaked tea ...

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