Presidents' Day Teacher Resources

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Presidents' Day is celebrated on the third Monday in February. Use these cross-curricular printables, lessons, and references to teach your class about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln – two U.S. presidents born in February. Games, crossword puzzles, and art activities will keep students of all ages interested in politics and government. Explore the biographies below to learn about the life and politics of each president. Then, use quizzes to assess students' knowledge of U.S. history.

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First 10 U.S. Presidents Quiz

Review facts about the first 10 U.S. presidents—from George Washington to J... read more


Abraham Lincoln Word Scramble

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George Washington – Videos & Activities

Learn about George Washington, the first president of the United States. Th... read more


Abraham Lincoln – Videos & Activities

Study the life and accomplishments of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president o... read more


Abe Lincoln's Dream Activity Sheets

After reading Abe Lincoln's Dream, a children's story about the legacy of A... read more

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Lincoln's Last Days Teacher's Guide

Examine the events leading up to Abraham Lincoln's assassination with this ... read more


Learn About Lincoln! Classroom Activities

Celebrate the birthday of Abraham Lincoln with classroom activities for Mr.... read more

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Cherry Blossoms of Washington, D.C.

A city rich in politics, culture, and nature Washington, D.C. is the capita... read more

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Statues of Washington, D.C.

A city rich in politics and culture, Washington, D.C. is the capital of Ame... read more

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First Kids

The American public has always been fascinated by first families. We know m... read more


The Progressive Movement Reading Warm-Up

Students read about the Progressive Movement and "The Age of Reform" in thi... read more


Theodore Roosevelt Teacher's Guide

Examine the life of a Nobel Peace Prize recipient with the resources in thi... read more

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