Can you name all presidents of the United States? I’m not sure if I can. However, parents, teachers and caregivers can make a good effort at informing kids about Presidents through these fun printables and coloring pages.
Dltk-kids.com has some of my favorite printables on it. For this holiday, there are some fun caricature pictures of Washington and Lincoln. In addition, there are two pictures of the American Flag. All of the pictures come in both black and white. The black and white ones are wonderful for a coloring contest.
The simple lined writing paper from theteacherscorner.net is helpful for writing about a multitude of subjects concerning Presidents’ Day. Choose from six different lined journal papers featuring pictures of various presidents in the upper corner.
A Silhouette of Abraham Lincoln can be used as a shapebook cover, a place to draw or a venue for writing. This one is at abcteach.com.
Find five thumbnail versions of presidents and symbols of Presidents’ Day on coloringbookfun.com. The small pictures open up into full sized images. However, according to the site, you may need to block your block up blocker if the pictures do not show up when clicked on.
Let students see how much they know with a short quiz on George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Rhlschool.com has a ten-question quiz.
Inspire ideas with a writing prompt from abcteach.com. The prompt is “If I were the president I would…” The sheet features a picture of the American flag and ample writing room.
Have some fun with a word search where almost all of the presidents’ names are supposed to be found. The search is inside the shape of a flag. Look at the website, akidsheart.com, for instructions on printing this full size.
Take the challenge, the Presidential challenge, by printing out this one page PDF worksheet. This page has fill in the blank sentences and a word bank below to help find the right answers. This would probably be good for upper grade elementary students after a lesson on the presidents. Print this one out at eduplace.com.
Have kids match U.S coins to the name of the president. This colored printable features realistic coins from the penny to the dollar coin. Children will have to draw a line from the coin to the correct name.
Print out some realistic pictures of presidents like Bill Clinton, Ronald Reagan and George Bush. Students can color them and write about the president on the back. Print these out at primarygames.com.