Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865) was the 16th President of the United States, serving from 1861 to 1865.
Perhaps the greatest President, Lincoln is best remembered for leading his nation through the American Civil War and abolishing slavery throughout the country. Six days after his army had finally triumphed in the Civil War Lincoln was assassinated while watching a play. His political philosophy was summarised in the first sentence of his most famous speech - the Gettysburg Address: that the United States had been founded as a new nation 'conceived in liberty, and dedicated to the proposition that all men are equal'.
Kids can have a go at this Abraham Lincoln colouring page based on a famous portrait of this President of the United States.
Here's another colouring page of Abraham Lincoln, taken from a print. This one may be useful for cutting and sticking in projects?
Here's a fun colouring page of Abraham Lincoln aimed at a younger age group. Simple lines make it a good one for cutting out, too.
Designed to fit and be used with our Abraham Lincoln Printable Mask, you might also find this stately top hat useful for your displays. Print onto card, cut out and stick to the top of the mask.
We have two notebooking pages for Abraham Lincoln to choose from, in our standard Activity Village design.
For something different, why not colour in this framed "portrait" of Abraham Lincoln. When done, cut out the portrait and display...
This fun poster uses our "younger" illustration of Abraham Lincoln and would brighten up your classroom for Presidents' Day, perhaps!
NEW! Just print our Abraham Lincoln mask onto card, cut out and attach a stick or wooden spoon to the back, and you are ready for some Presidential role play! You can print and attach his optional top hat here.
Find out some facts about Abraham Lincoln, President of the United States, and use them to fill in this worksheet. We have colour and black and white versions available below.
This useful writing page can be used by the children when learning about President Abraham Lincoln. Choose from colour or black and white.
Here's a fun way to engage the kids for Presidents Day or your study of Abraham Lincoln - learn how to draw the great man himself! It's easy (ish) with our step by step drawing tutorial!