President’s Day is a day we celebrate all presidents, although now many people typically combine it with George Washington and Abraham Lincoln’s birthdays. President’s Day is a great time to learn more about what our president’s do and how government works – at least on a basic level.
I remember dreaming BIG dreams about becoming President one day or even visiting Washington D.C. and touring the White House. Oh how wonderful it would be to live in the White House! I remember dreaming about how great the “First Family” must have it – people to make your breakfast, all the clothes you could possibly want and to live in such a huge and beautiful house must be amazing! Although, I have grown to understand how much responsibility this status brings with it, it’s still fun to dream about such things.
Use these in conjunction with my other President’s Day freebies or as a stand alone activity. Either way, your students are sure to enjoy them!!
Included in this Set:
- 9 different writing prompts
- Dashed Manuscript lines
- Plain Lines
- Extra lined pages for more writing
If you’re studying the Presidents of the United States this year or just want something for President’s Day coming up, check out my huge U.S. Presidents Emergent Readers set. Available in both Black & White and Color, there are 92 pages in each set, which introduces children to all 44 Presidents of the United States.
Want more ideas? Check out my President’s Day board on Pinterest.
If you’re looking for some great readers to use while learning about presidents, check out these great titles. Many are probably available at your local library, or you could get a Kindle version for most of them on Amazon. I love using my Kindle Reader app to read with my kids. I have so many titles at the tip of my fingers in just minutes!
Smart About the PresidentsIf I Were PresidentI am George WashingtonI am Abraham LincolnKid Presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s PresidentsThe Everything Kids’ Presidents Book: Puzzles, Games and TriviaWho Was Abraham Lincoln?Who Was George Washington?The Kid Who Ran for President
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