This worksheet asks children to practise formal letter writing skills as they draft a letter to President Trump on a issue of their choice.
Donald Trump (1946- ) is the 45th President of the United States, taking office in 2017.
Donald John Trump was born on June 14th 1946 to Fred and Mary Trump. He grew up in Queens, New York. Donald had two brothers and two sisters.
Described as an energetic child, Donald was sent to New York Military Academy when he was 13, in the hope that it would help him make good use of his energy.
After school he went to university and graduated in 1968 with a BSc in Economics. While at university he began working for the family’s real estate company ‘Elizabeth Trump and Son’, named after his grandmother.
In 1971 he took over the family business and renamed it ‘The Trump Organization’. He expanded both the real estate side of the business and the different types of business the company dealt with. He soon became a very rich man.
Donald Trump has been been married three times and has five children.
From 2003 - 2015 Donald Trump produced and hosted the TV show ‘The Apprentice’ in which contestants competed for a management job in one of Trump’s companies. He left in 2015 to concentrate on politics.
In May 2016 Donald Trump won the Republican Party nomination for US President. After a closely fought election campaign, campaigning on the slogan ‘Make America Great Again’, Trump beat the democrat Hilary Clinton in the Presidential election of November 2016.
Fun Fact: In the 1980's Donald Trump had a board game based upon him.
Compare and contrast the incoming president Donald Trump with the outgoing President Obama. Choose from lined or blank versions of our worksheet.
Look for similarities and differences between President Trump and his predecessor Barack Obama and record them on this Venn diagram worksheet.
We have booklets available to print and fold of all the US Presidents so you can build up your own mini library. Here is the 45th President, Donald Trump. Instructions to fold the booklets can be found here.
The first of our Donald Trump colouring pages features a cartoon image of the President for younger children.
Inspired by an official portarit photograph, the second of our Donald Trump colouring pages is aimed at older children.
Children can learn more about the new President of the United States of America with our Donald Trump comprehension worksheets. Children need to read the biography and answer the questions.
Donald Trump campaigned for the US Presidency with the motto 'Make America Great Again'. This worksheet challenges children to think about what might mean.
We have two versions of our Donald Trump notebooking page. Children can research the live of the President, write about his policies or look to the future and write about what sort of president Trump will be.
If you are learning about US politics, or perhaps for Presidents' Day, we have a Donald Trump poster for you to print and display or use as project cover.
Whether you want to use it for factual writing, such as a biography, or a creative writing project, perhaps imagining a meeting with President Trump, we hope you find our Donald Trump story paper helpful.
My favourite question on this Donald Trump worksheet is the one where children are asked to imagine a conversation between themselves and the new President of the United States.
What are Donald Trump's policies? What do children know about what Donald Trump has done up to now? These are just some of the things that you could choose to write about on our Donald Trump writing pages.
Colour in our picture of the White House, the most famous residence in the United States and perhaps the world!
Everybody recognises The White House, the Washington home of the President of the United States! Use this colouring page and story paper printable to write some facts about The White House, about the President, or perhaps tomake up a story.
An iconic landmark, the White House in Washington DC is the heart of American politics. Making a postcard is a great activity involving writing practice and also colouring in.
Our intrepid travelling children are photographing the Washington Monument in this colouring picture - just one of our set of American landmark colouring pages.
Why not pretend you're on holiday in the USA and send a postcard to someone at home? This postcard of the Washington Monument is one of ten postcards we have featuring American landmarks.