Category Archives: President’s Day Lesson Plans
U.S. Presidents Coloring Pages- A coloring page for every president available to print for free! George Washington Hat- Make an easy George Washington hat. (early childhood and early elementary) Abe Lincoln Hat- Make an Abe Lincoln hat. (early childhood … Continue reading →
Students helped to create this bulletin board for President’s Day with patriotic projects to display. Click here to like teachertime123 on facebook!
Submitted by Patty L. Have students trace their hand print on a sheet of black construction paper. This will become Abraham Lincoln’s beard. Next have them draw and color the face of Lincoln on a circle and cut it out. … Continue reading →
Presidents of the United States- comprehensive site includes biographies, first ladies, pictures, presidential libraries, and more
From presidentsusa.net Click the link below to view the most comprehensive website about the U.S. Presidents: This includes biographies, first ladies, pictures, cabinet members, presidents of the Continental Congress, presidential libraries, recordings from Cleveland to the present and much more. … Continue reading →
From youtube.com Gettysburg Address as recited by Jeff Daniels. The Gettysburg Address took place in Gettysburg, Pennsylvania November 19, 1863
Stars and Stripes Patriotic Art Project- crayon resist art for Veteran’s Day, Memorial Day, or 4th of July
Needed: Patterns for stars(optional) Crayons blue paint Outlining is the key!Back the project with red construction paper. Click here to like teachertime 123 on facebook!
From smithsonian.kids.us For information and profiles on the presidents : http://www.smithsonianeducation.org/president/gallerymain.aspx
He will have to learn, I know, that all men are not just,all men are not true. But teach him also that for every scoundrel there is a hero; that for every selfish Politician,there is a dedicated leader Teach him … Continue reading →
Create a time line of George Washington’s life. Have his birth and death dates begin and end the time line on cherry trees. In between, stretch a piece of yarn. Have students find important dates in George Washington’s life. Mark … Continue reading →
Create a time line of Abraham Lincoln’s life. *Have his birth and death dates begin and end the time line on black top hats. *In between, stretch a piece of yarn. *Have students find important dates in Abraham Lincoln’s life. … Continue reading →
From ehow.com Log cabins were common in Abraham Lincoln’s day. Here’s how to build a pretzel log cabin with a healthy twist: hummus! You can serve this treat on Presidents’ Day. Difficulty: Moderate Instructions Making Mortar… Mix 1 cup hummus … Continue reading →