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Easy Activities to Turn President's Day into a Learning Experience

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My favorite prompt for President’s Day is If I were president….

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Resources to help immerse your students.

If I Grew Up to Be President


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This book gives anecdotes about the presidents as children. Students love this unique look at the presidents.

Stand Tall Abe Lincoln By Judith St. George

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This is a great book to give an incite about Abraham Lincoln’s life. The illustrations are great.

Great President’s Day lessons at Educents

 

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Presidents of the U.S.A. Research Unit. This unit is perfect for students who are learning how to use informational text and studying The United States and the presidents. 

US Presidents: An Expert Project

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President’s Day Readers For Little Learners

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Presidents’ Day in the United States is celebrated on the 3rd Monday of February each year. Use these printable readers to discuss George Washington, Abraham Lincoln, and presidents. The readers are simple and are meant for an advanced kindergarten or 1st-grade student.

Abe and George Graphic Organizers

doeandgeorgeUse these graphic organizers to help students with writing about Abe Lincoln and George Washington. They can stand alone as writing station, homework, partner/independent writing. Great for whole class discussion.

Have fun learning about the Presidents this month!

 

 

 

 

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