In this fun activity, students read about what amemorial is, and then design their own Abraham Lincoln memorial!
Presidents' Day Worksheets
The third Monday in February is celebrated in the United States as Presidents’ Day. It is a way to honor the many presidents who have lead their country in times of hardship and plenty. Our worksheets for this patriotic holiday are listed below. To view or read details about each printable worksheet, click on the title. They are free for classroom or home use.
In this activity, students read text about Mount Rushmore and then answer related questions.
Can you place a name with a face? A fun activity where students match a president’s name with his face.
A fun word search to complete on President’s Day!
Students match words from a list to the correct space on the timeline of Abraham Lincoln’s life.
Students match words from a list to the correct space on the timeline of George Washington’s life.
Your students will write a bio poem about Abraham Lincoln.
Your students will write a bio poem about George Washington.
When George Washington was a young boy, he made a list of rules for himself. Students choose one of the rules and write what it means.
Your student is now an official reporter and their task is to interview President Abraham Lincoln! Students write three questions they would ask him and what his replies would be.
Students read a phrase and try to match it to the correct president.
In this activity, students read a “O Captain! My Captain!” about Abraham Lincoln and his death. Students then answer questions about the poem.
What if George Washington had become king? Students ponder this question and then write about what it would be like.
Who’s job was more challenging, Washington or Lincoln? Your students will let you know!
Students read from the first State of The Union address and re-write a portion using modren language.