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Printable worksheets for celebrating George Washington and Abe Lincoln's birthdays. Your students will enjoy these mystery graph pictures, articles, and puzzles.
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Puzzles & GamesWord Search (Easier) Free
This Abraham Lincoln word search was designed for students in 1st and 2nd grades.Word Search (Harder) Member
This Abraham Lincoln puzzle includes many facts about Lincoln's life, career, and assassination. This word search was designed for students in 3rd through 5th grade.Washington Letter Mix (Primary) Member
Cut out the letters in the word WASHINGTON and rearrange them to make new words. This activity includes primary-ruled lines for students in kindergarten through second grade.Washington Letter Mix (Intermediate) Member
Cut out the letters in the word WASHINGTON and rearrange them to make 3, 4, and 5-letter words. This activity includes a scoring system and is designed for intermediate students in 3rd through 6th grade.
Mystery PicturesMystery Graph - Washington Member
Make a picture George Washington by plotting the points on the grid and drawing lines to connect the points.Mystery Graph - Lincoln Member
Draw a picture of Abraham Lincoln by plotting the ordered pairs on the coordinate grids and connecting the dots.
Reading ComprehensionGeorge Washington Article Member
This biographical article teaches students about the life of George Washington. This passage is written at a 3rd or 4th grade level.Abraham Lincoln Article Member
Abraham Lincoln is featured in this reading passage. This passage is written at a 3rd or 4th grade level.The White House Member
This is a short passage with factual information about the White House in Washington DC.Mount Rushmore Member
Mount Rushmore features the faces of four great Presidents - Thomas Jefferson, George Washington, Theodore Roosevelt, and Abraham Lincoln.
WritingLincoln's School Play Free
A child dress as Abraham Lincoln is standing on a stage. Above him is a banner that reads, "School Play".
Early LiteracyBuild Sentences (Cards) Member
Build sentences with a Presidents' Day theme. Cards include a mix of basic sight words and words related to presidents. Word cards include: George, Washington, Abe, Lincoln, tall, hat, white, house, USA, and people.Build-a-Sentence: Washington Member
For this cut-and-glue activity, students will build a six-word sentence. The sentence reads: "George Washington was our first president."Build-a-Sentence: Lincoln Member
Cut out the word squares and rearrange them on the page to create a sentence about Abe Lincoln.
Presidents Day MathPresidents Math Puzzle - Multiplication Member
Solve the 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems. Then attach the puzzle pieces to make a picture of President Lincoln and President Washington.Presidents Math Puzzle - Division Member
Solve the division problems with 3-digit dividends and 1-digit divisors. Then complete the Washington-Lincoln picture puzzle.
ChallengesFirst Grade Challenge A1 - Flag Free
Post a new clue each week. See if students can figure out that it's a flag.Second Grade Challenge B1 - White House Free
Post a new clue each day. See if students can guess the mystery object.Fourth Grade Challenge D4 - Jefferson Member
Who is the mystery person? he was a Founding Father who wrote the Declaration of Independence.
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