U.S. Presidents Activity, highlighting 14 Presidencies
I hope you enjoy this free printable booklet that highlights some of the well-known Presidents including Washington, Jefferson, Madison, Jackson, Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Wilson, Hoover, FDR, Truman, Eisenhower, JFK, George W. Bush and Trump. I chose some of the Presidents who had some significant historical events that occurred during their Presidencies.
How to Use These Pages:
These are booklets. You need to print these out ONE- SIDED. Fold the pages in half and staple along the LEFT side.
There are three versions of this packet.
- Pages 3-6: this set has full notes.
- Pages 8-13: this set is a cut-and-paste set. Cut out the descriptions and paste them under the correct President.
- Pages 15-18: this set is a blank note-taking set.
Just so you know, my kids are still working through this… so I may need to correct some small mistakes, but I wanted to share this sooner than later since President’s Day is on Monday!
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Be sure to check out these other Free President’s Day Resources: Each year during the week of the President’s Day holiday, we have spent about a week learning about some of the U.S. Presidents. Some years we have gone broad, singing the U.S. Presidents song and talking about a number of different Presidents. Other years we have gone into depth about a particular president (I let the kids choose). This President’s Day Resource post has links to our free President’s Day Worksheets & the USA President Song as well as free notebook pages on Eisenhower and Reagan.
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You may be interested in some of our other history packets:
We have a U.S. Civics and Government Packet: In this unit, we covered not only the 3 branches of government, the Constitution and “basic facts” about the U.S., but some new material (for us)… how State and Local governments work, what the federal, state and local governments do for us, and what kinds of taxes we pay to help keep the government running. You can find out more about our Civics and Government Packet here:
We have a World Facts Packet – which talks not only about some of the basic facts I wanted the kids to know about the world (What are the largest countries? Which countries have the largest population? What are the world’s longest rivers?) But also covers some basic facts about the United States as well (What is the smallest state? the biggest state? What is the name of the country’s tallest mountain? etc.).
This packet also includes notebook pages and activities about Geographic Features and Landforms, the Deserts of the World and more!
You can find out more about it here:
If you have slightly younger kids, you might also be interested in our Montessori cards: U.S. Symbols and Landmarks. These are free here:
If you plan to cover the Causes and Events Leading to the American Revolution, you might want to check out our American Revolution packet.
We have a large packet about Slavery and the Civil War which you can check out here: