1st, American History, Kindergarten, Presidents

Presidents Day Learning for Kindergarten and 1st Grade!

Wanting to add some presidential learning activities into your Kindergarten or 1st grade classroom? Here is the perfect solution!

With this resource, students will learn about George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, money (penny, quarter, $1 and $5 bills), the Washington Monument, and the Lincoln Memorial!

You’ll find activity pages appropriate for both Literacy and Math centers and there’s even a mini-book for students to create. This unit can be used at any time of the year or around the Presidents’ birthdays in February as well as Presidents Day!

Additional president related resources for early learners that you’ll love…

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Critical Thinking, Presidents, puzzles

Word Builder Puzzles | U.S. Presidents

Challenge students’ critical thinking skills and knowledge of the U.S. Presidents with these 5 Word Builder puzzles with a U.S. Presidents theme!

Each puzzle contains 3 pages of work.

Students are given a set of letters (example A, B, E, H, I, J, M, N, O, R, S, D) and then several different tasks to complete with them.
* First, they are asked to complete the names of U.S. Presidents by filling in the missing letters (example: J_ _ e_ _ _ _ r_ e / Answer: James Monroe).
* Then, they will be asked to complete a series of unrelated words with missing letters (example: _ or _ e / Answer: horde).
* Finally, there are a few additional sections that allow students to create their own words, divide the words already completed into word families, by number of letters and/or by vowel sounds)

Here are additional puzzles for students that you’ll love…

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5th Grade, 6th Grade, 7th Grade, 8th Grade, American History, Presidents

US Presidents | Fun Activities for 5th-8th Grade Classrooms

Here is a resource filled with fun activities for students to use whenever they are studying the U.S. Presidents or for Presidents day!

Activities include a word search, an acrostic poetry page, presidential trivia, a ‘Which President’ worksheet, two picture graphs (Washington and Lincoln) and report / notebooking pages.

Here are just two examples of the FUN type of activities/questions your students will encounter…

  • Presidential Trivia (14 total questions) – Example:
    Question #5 – “At 43 years of age, ___ was the youngest president who was elected, although, at 42, _____ was the youngest president who was inaugurated, after William McKinley was assassinated. ____ was the oldest president when he left office at 77 years of age.”
  • Which President? (40 total questions) – Example:
    Question #19 – “_____Nicknamed “Old Rough and Ready”, he died 16 months into his term.

Great for any classroom around Presidents Day in February (or) in a Government / Civics class (or) American History class anytime of the year. Answer keys are included!!

ooking for worksheets for younger students? Here are some you’ll love…

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