Not only is February the month of love, but it is also the month where we dedicate a day for presidents. George Washington was born on February 22, 1732 and Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12, 1809. Since February was a good month for important American President’s birthdays, the American government decided it would be a great idea to celebrate each year with a National Holiday.
President’s Day is celebrated on the third Monday of February every year and since it gives us a long weekend to sleep in, do some activities in the comfort of your own home, or go out on an adventure, it gives us time to spend with our favorite people and talk about our favorite presidents.
Check out these president’s day crafts, games, and worksheets for kids.
Idea #1: President’s Day Coloring Pages
Let’s get coloring! Print a couple of pages with different templates for your little ones to color as they enjoy a day of learning about presidents.
Click here to print your little one’s favorite art to color.
Idea #2: American Bunny Paper Craft
This cute and simple cute and paste bunny craft will make a nice patriotic USA decoration for the refrigerator or bulletin board!
Click here to read what materials you need!
Idea #3: Blue’s Clues- USA
Calling all Blue’s Clues fans! Blue is ready to celebrate President’s Day with you. Decorate Blue with your favorite accessories for him.
Click here to get the proper materials so you can dress Blue in his President’s Day attire.
Idea #4: Make a George Washington Wig
Create your best George Washington wig! Made from cotton balls and a large paper shopping bag, this craft can turn out pretty awesome and most of all cute!
Click here to learn how to make this masterpiece with your little one!
Idea #5: Thomas Jefferson Toilet Paper Roll Craft
Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States. His most notable achievement was being the main author of the Declaration of Independence. Create your very own Thomas Jefferson paper doll craft and show off your most notable achievement for the day!
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Idea #6: President’s Day Muffin Tin Meal
This yummy muffin tin meal is perfect for break time! Have your little ones join you in making these delicious snacks cut into stars and into a George Washington sandwich!
Click here and learn how to make this yummy snack!
Idea #7: How to Make Abe Lincoln’s Hat
Honest Abe is known for wearing his top hat and he sure did make it a trend! Create your very own top hat and wow the people as you show off your newly made top hat!
Click here and learn how to make this craft!
Idea #8: President’s Day Tracer Pages
Trace your favorite president or learn each president’s name as you trace them over. This is a fun way to learn and celebrate President’s Day.
Print your templateshere!
Idea #9: President’s Day Word Search
Print out the word puzzles and make it a competition as you find the words in this crossword puzzle. This is a great way to expand and practice vocabulary words!
Print your puzzles here!
Idea #10: Log Cabin Milk Carton Craft
Many pioneers grew up in log cabins way back when, including some of the United States’ former presidents! Build your own log cabin and show them off to your friends and family.
Click here for the necessary materials and instructions.