HUGE list of Presidential Resources

November 7, 2016

Annette Breedlove

Annette Breedlove

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Tomorrow the United States will make one of the most important decisions in the life of our country. We will all gather together to vote for the office of President. This race has been difficult for many, but that doesn’t mean we can’t use it as a time to teach our children. At some point in their life, Lord willing, they will also vote for the office of President.

Learning about each and every president of the United States is an important part of history. Now is the perfect time to study them in light of the election. ::

Allowing your children to learn about the office of President and the history of presidents in the United States is important. My children have enjoyed using some of these resources as we draw closer to the election. These printables, activities and resources are not only perfect for tomorrow as we usher in a new president, but also for Presidents Day in February.

Presidents Coloring Pages

Presidents Facts and Worksheeets

Guess Who? Presidents Edition

If I Were President… printable

Presidential Printables

President Report Form

Presidents Printables

Presidents printables (3 levels)
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President Research printable

Presidents Notebook Pages

Facts about US Presidents book

Fact Cards for Presidents Day

United States Presidential Election Lap Book

U.S. Presidential Election Cards

FREE Presidential Candidate Printable

FREE US Presidents Study for Homeschoolers

FREE United States Presidency Online Unit Study

Crafts & Activities

Patriotic Sensory Bin

Wig craft

Toilet Paper Roll Wig

FREE Presidential Timeline Craft

Don’t forget to check out these Election Day and Presidents Day resources for the big day!

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Smart About the Presidents by Don Buller

If I Were President by Catherine Stier

Kid Presidents: True Tales of Childhood from America’s Presidents by David Stabler

The Everything Kids’ Presidents Book by Brian Thornton

Who Was Abraham Lincoln? by Janet Pascal

I Am Abraham Lincoln by Brad Meltzer

The Kid Who Ran for President by Dan Gutman

The Kid Who Became President by Dan Gutman

The Election Activity Book by Karen Baicker

Arthur Meets the President by Marc Brown


Red, White & Blue themed treats

Martha Washington candy

Lincoln’s hat treats

Apple Betty – a favorite dessert of Ronald Reagan

Patriotic recipes

Martha Washington’s Cherry Bread and Butter Pudding

Want more ideas? Follow me on Pinterest and check out my Homeschool: Presidents Day board!


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