Kindergarten President's Day Worksheets and Printables

It's like Madison the musical, except with a coloring sheet of the bust of Madison, without the songs and without the stage. Our kindergarten President's Day worksheets will expose your young history buffs to some early American presidents and get them excited about the personalities behind the big names that helped shape the United States and even some of its currency, which you can learn more about through our money worksheets.
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Honor Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln with this collection of worksheets, full of fun facts and activities to celebrate President's Day.
10 Presidential Printables for Little Historians Honor Presidents George Washington and Abraham Lincoln with this collection of worksheets, full of fun facts and activities to celebrate President's Day.
Color a U.S. President: Thomas Jefferson Color a U.S. President: Thomas Jefferson Challenge your kindergartener to color this detailed representation of the third U.S.
Color James Monroe Color James Monroe This patriotic coloring page features James Monroe, 5th President of the United States.
Color a U.S. President: John Quincy Adams Color a U.S. President: John Quincy Adams Here's a great opportunity to introduce your child to a bit of presidential history!
Color a U.S. President: Andrew Jackson Color a U.S. President: Andrew Jackson Celebrate President's Day in style with this charming Andrew Jackson coloring sheet!
Color a U.S. President: John Tyler Color a U.S. President: John Tyler Celebrate President's Day by coloring John Tyler, 10th President of the United States.
Color a U.S. President: James Madison Color a U.S. President: James Madison Who served as the fourth President of the United States?
Color a U.S. President: Martin Van Buren Color a U.S. President: Martin Van Buren Spark your child's interest in American history with this fun coloring page featuring Martin Van Buren, 8th President of the United States.
Color a U.S. President: William Henry Harrison Color a U.S. President: William Henry Harrison Is your child familiar with William Henry Harrison, 9th President of the United States?
Color a U.S. President: John Adams Color a U.S. President: John Adams Give your child a painless introduction to U.S.
Connect the Dots: Draw Lincoln's Hat! Connect the Dots: Draw Lincoln's Hat! 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!
It's like Madison the musical, except with a coloring sheet of the bust of Madison, without the songs and without the stage. Our kindergarten President's Day worksheets will expose your young history buffs to some early American presidents and get them excited about the personalities behind the big names that helped shape the United States and even some of its currency, which you can learn more about through our money worksheets.