February is quickly moving along, isn’t it? I got so busy being in Valentine’s Day mode that it was hard for me to switch to Presidents’ Day. So, that’s why, even though it’s less than a week away, I’m putting a free Presidents’ Day Worksheets and Printables Packet up on the site.
This fun Presidents’ Day Printables Packet is perfect for a variety of elementary ages, as well as possibly some very early middle school ages. There are word scrambles, alphabetical order, word searches, writing passages, and more.
If you happen to be looking for crossword puzzles, however, I also have a free printable Abraham Lincoln crossword puzzle and a free printable George Washington crossword puzzles. Those are both suitable for older students.
Of course, the great thing is that this Presidents’ Day worksheets and printables packet is a free download. So, you can use as many or as few pages from the packet as you would like without feeling like you’ve paid for it, so you better use it all. Bonus!
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You can download the Presidents’ Day Printables Packet from a text link farther down in the post where you also see a small version of the packet graphic and a text link.
Presidents’ Day Printables: Contents of the Presidents’ Day Worksheets Packet
Venn Diagram Comparing Two Presidents
This page features a Venn Diagram to compare and contrast Abraham Lincoln and George Washington.
American Flag Maze
A maze where students will work their way from start to finish on a picture of the flag (with some small additions to make it a maze, of course).
Writing Page to State Their Plans as Presidents
Students are asked to imagine what they would do if they were the president.
A more in-depth follow up to this activity could be a sharing and discussion about some of the things that they would do and how other people feel about those things, understanding how some of their policies would work, and (for students learning about the Constitution) if those ideas are Constitutional.
Side note: My husband and I got to beam with pride when our then ten year old daughter got the admiration of our guide at the U.S. Capitol when she was the first person in our large tour group to name which amendment gave women the right to vote, since they had been thoroughly studying the Constitution and Amendments in her class.
Presidents’ Day Alphabetical Order
This page features a list of twenty related words for children to put into alphabetical order. This is not for those just learning about alphabetical order, since it’s a long list and has lots of words that start with the same letters.
Abraham Lincoln Facts Page
In acrostic poem style (but no need for poetry!), students will fill in one fact that they know about Abraham Lincoln for each of the letters in “Abe Lincoln.”
It’s your choice whether they just need one fact for each line (with no worries about the letters they start with) or if you want to make it more challenging and have them try to start their facts with those letters.
FYI: If it was me, I would just go with ten facts.
George Washington Facts Page
Just like the Abraham Lincoln page above. Ten facts about George Washington.
Presidents’ Day Word Scramble
Fifteen words or phrases are scrambled and they need to be unscrambled. To make it easier, there is a word bank on the page. If you want to make it more difficult, however, you could always cover the word bank.
Presidents’ Day Word Search
What’s a packet without a word search, right? Wait. Am I the only one who likes word searches this much?
This word search for Presidents’ Day has twelve words or phrases to find.
Following the Presidents’ Day Word Search: There are two pages that are answer keys. They are not listed as such, but when you find the Word Scramble where the words aren’t scrambled, just know it’s not a trick – it’s the answer key.
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