Use this worksheet (available blank or lined) to compare and contrast these two great presidents, George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, on Presidents Day.
Celebrate Presidents' Day (also known as Washington's Birthday) with our colouring pages of famous presidents, printables and other activities for kids.
Presidents' Day is a national holiday in the United States and is also officially known as Washington's Birthday. It is celebrated on the third Monday of February, which next falls on 20th February 2017. Although the celebration is in honour of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln, you can use it as an excuse to find out more about any of the US presidents, try your hand at some patriotic crafts, or learn about American history.
Presidents of the United States
George Washington Lots NEW!
A collection of George Washington (1789-1797) printable (including a fun printable mask) worksheets and colouring pages.
Abraham Lincoln Lots NEW!
All sorts of interesting printable activities (including a fabulous mask, complete with top hat) and something to learn about Abraham Lincoln, too.
US Presidents Printables
We have printables and colouring pages for all the other US presidents, too.
Learn to Draw US Presidents
Just for fun, learn to draw George Washington, Abraham Lincoln and Barack Obama.
Specific Presidents' Day Activities
Use this fun illustrated Venn diagram printable to compare and contrast George Washington and Abraham Lincoln - a useful worksheet to have to hand for Presidents Day.
A committee to design the Great Seal of the USA was set up on July 4th 1776, the day America declared its independence.
There is space on this "If I were President" worksheet for the kids to write a little about what they would do and to draw a picture.
This worksheet for Presidents Day provides three spaces for children to write down what they would do if they were President. If I were President, I would...
The Liberty Bell is a symbol of US independence. Here is a printable colouring page so you can colour the bell for Fourth of July or a US history project.
Mount Rushmore in South Dakota features the heads of 4 US Presidents; George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Theodore Roosevelt and Abraham Lincoln carved into the side.