President's Day Worksheets and Printables

President's day should be a fun occasion for your students! With these engaging President's Day worksheets, kids will enjoy imagining how past decades were different, including political customs, historic clothing and the issues facing our country. Celebrate the challenges and accomplishments of U.S. presidents with fact sheets, coloring pages and even word search. A nice compliment to these are our Social Studies worksheets.
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Color a U.S. President: James Madison Color a U.S. President: James Madison Who served as the fourth President of the United States?
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!
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!
Complete a White House Maze! Complete a White House Maze! The White House has six stories, 132 rooms and 35 bathrooms, and 412 doors.
Presidential Seal Coloring Page Presidential Seal Coloring Page Help your child learn about the official duties of the President with this color-by-number page of the presidential seal.
Presidential Name Scramble Presidential Name Scramble Say hello to four well-known presidents and one famous monument: Mount Rushmore!
Skip Counting Dot to Dot: Presidents Skip Counting Dot to Dot: Presidents Who could this mystery president be? Ask your child to simply skip count by threes in order to complete the dot-to-dot.
Picture of George Washington Picture of George Washington Color in a picture of George Washington according to the color-by-number guide.
American Symbols Word Search American Symbols Word Search For kids that like hunting down things in hiding, this patriotic word search is just the thing to keep them engaged and learning!
If I Were President... If I Were President... What would you do if you were president? Think deep and pour it out on this worksheet.
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.
Barack Obama Facts Barack Obama Facts Read about President Obama and test yourself with a quick quiz.
Abraham Lincoln: You Tell the Story Abraham Lincoln: You Tell the Story Write your own Abraham Lincoln biography using a simple essay template.
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?
Write a Paragraph: If I Were President Write a Paragraph: If I Were President What if your child were President? Get his political mind pumping with a writing activity about what he would do as President of the United States.
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.
President's day should be a fun occasion for your students! With these engaging President's Day worksheets, kids will enjoy imagining how past decades were different, including political customs, historic clothing and the issues facing our country. Celebrate the challenges and accomplishments of U.S. presidents with fact sheets, coloring pages and even word search. A nice compliment to these are our Social Studies worksheets.