Resources All About the Presidents

February 4, 2020

Jeannette Tuionetoa

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Every third Monday in February is Presidents’ Day (February 17th in 2020). On this Presidents’ Day, we can teach our children how to celebrate the lives of all presidents, from George Washington to President Donald J. Trump. These resources all about the presidents will help your kids celebrate their contributions to the United States, their lives, and the history around their presidential terms.

As a veteran of the United States military service (U.S. Navy), I have understood and fully appreciate the seat of the Presidency of the United States of America. I was taught to respect authority and follow the chain of command while in the military.

Resources All About the Presidents

Even as a Puerto Rican female from the Bronx, New York, I understood that I was employed because a man knew the need for the military. Our leaders saw the need for us to be in the field and to support our country; making it safe for laymen to live normal lives. I got it.

When I became a Christian, I understood the role of our Commander in Chief even more so. I respected the role of a man voted democratically to run our country. This is what the Lord says about it:

Romans 13:1–14 – Let every person be subject to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and God has instituted those that exist. Therefore whoever resists the authorities resists what God has appointed, and those who resist will incur judgment.

The idea that the Lord has explicitly told us to submit to our authority, provided a whole new meaning for me.

This is particularly difficult for people to bear, specifically when it comes to rulers who are unjust or downright cruel. There are some things we can’t explain. We can, however, obey the Lord in what He says. The Lord clearly tells us what to do with unjust rulers:

1 Thessalonians 5:12–18: We ask you, brothers, to respect those who labor among you and are over you in the Lord and admonish you, and to esteem them very highly in love because of their work. Be at peace among yourselves.

Even if we do not agree with who sits in the president’s chair, we do the above to respect and submit to their authority.

Our children will see, if they have not already, news that does not do this at all. In fact, people are doing the exact opposite of this in our great nation today. It is our duty to teach our children how the Lord would want them to be in this matter.

Presidents’ Day should be celebrated in the land of the free. It should be celebrated as it represents our freedom to vote, our freedom to a democratic government. This is a right not afforded to all people around the world.

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Help your children celebrate Presidents’ Day in your homeschool with these excellent resources.

FREE U.S. Presidents Cheat Sheets

United States Presidents Printable Cheat Sheets text with image of the White House

Recommended resource: Presidents of the United States Fact Cards and Bio Sheets

Have a dozen facts about every U.S. President at your fingertips plus a quick way to review them with these U.S. Presidents Fact Cards and Bio Sheets.

Presidents of the United States Fact Cards & Bio Sheets text with background images of examples

President’s Day Resources

Printable History Memory Game for Children: U.S. Presidents | The Natural Homeschool

Presidents Day Spelling Activity and Mini-Unit Study and Book| 123 Homeschool 4 Me

53 Presidents’ Day Writing Ideas for Kids | Journal Buddies

U.S. Presidents | Mama’s Learning Corner

Huge List of Presidential Resources Free Printables Books Crafts Activities Recipes

President’s Day Learning Cards | Year Round Homeschooling

Writing –  Presidents’ Day Craftivity | Fourth Grade Frenzy

Online Unit Study on the Presidency | Techie Homeschool Mom

United States Presidency Online Unit Study American Presidents Reading Comprehension Passages and Questions | Teaching Autism

Printable Presidents File Folder Game | Wonder-filled Days

U.S. Presidents – Quick Study Packet | Homeschool Den

Presidents’ Day Teaching Ideas Your Kids Won’t Hate | Comprehension Connection

Fun Facts About U.S. Presidents | History Chalk Talk

What are the Requirements to be President? with “If I were President” Printables | The Natural Homeschool

Learning the Presidents | Composed for the Moment

US Presidents Facts & Information {Printable Cards} | The Natural Homeschool

President Flashcards | One Beautiful Home





President\'s Day Fun printables

Presidents Day Free Printables

President’s Day Freebie Mr. Lincoln’s Beard– President’s Day Activity | The Teacher Next Door

Learning about the Presidents with Montessori Activities (Free Printables) | Natural Beach Living

Montessori Inspired Activities Learning About the Presidents Free Printables


Free Educational Resources for Presidents Day | Faith and Good Works

FREE Printable Presidents’ Day Fact Sheet for Homeschool | The Frugal Homeschool Mom

Presidents Day FREEBIE! | Sheila Melton


Free Learn about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln for President’s Day Mini History Study | Katie Homeschool Cottage

Learn About George Washington and Abraham Lincoln for President\'s Day

FREE Notebooking & Coloring Pages: The Presidents of the United States | Blessed Beyond a Doubt

FREE U.S. President Activity | Wise Guys

Presidents’ Day Emergent Reader Freebie | A Dab of Glue Will Do

{Freebie!} President’s Day Printables | Bethany Gardener           

Free President Quotes Copywork | Walking By the Way

YouTube Video US Presidential Timeline – A FREE Resource | This Life of Ours

Free Presidential Printables – Plus 15 other great President’s Day Resources | A Spectacled Owl


Homeschool Unit Study American Presidents -Social Studies –History-Free Printable | Calm and Wave

Presidents’ Day FREEBIE | Pirate Queen Teaching Methods

Free for You: Presidents’ Day Memory Match | Primary Inspiration

President’s Day Free Copywork | In All You Do

President\'s Day Copywork sheets

FREE Presidents’ Day Printables & Activities | One Sharp Bunch

U.S. Presidents Playdough Mats Free | In All You Do

Presidents’ Day Unit Study Resources and Free Printable Presidential Quotes Copywork | As We Walk Along the Road

FREE Compare and Contrast: Presidents | Brenda Tejeda

Presidents’ Day: FREE Resources, Activities, Craft Ideas, Books, and a Free Word Sort | BlogLovin’

FREE Bio Poems for President’s Day |

FREE President’s Day Symbol Cards and Pledges! | Blessed Beyond a Doubt

Books about U.S. Presidents for Kids:

Who Was George Washington?Who Was George Washington?Who Was Ronald Reagan?Who Was Ronald Reagan?Presidents text with image of statue of Abraham LincolnDK Eyewitness Books: Presidents: Explore the Lives of the Presidents Who Shaped American History from the Foundin from the Founding Fathers to Today’s LeadersWhat Is a Presidential Election?: The Official Who HQ Election Book (What Was?)What Is a Presidential Election?: The Official Who HQ Election Book (What Was?)Rutherford B., Who Was He?: Poems About Our PresidentsRutherford B., Who Was He?: Poems About Our PresidentsThe Presidents Visual EncyclopediaThe Presidents Visual EncyclopediaOur Country's Presidents: A Complete Encyclopedia of the U.S. PresidencyOur Country’s Presidents: A Complete Encyclopedia of the U.S. PresidencySmart About the Presidents (Smart About History)Smart About the Presidents (Smart About History)BrainBox: US PresidentsBrainBox: US Presidents


Being born in this country has allowed me freedoms that I know aren’t the same in other countries. Despite my circumstances growing up, I was still able to – with hard work and determination – strive for success.

This has made me appreciate the country and the leaders in it. Presidents’ Day is a great time to celebrate all U.S. presidents, past and present. Let’s teach our children the tradition of viewing this day as a time of patriotic observance. This extensive list of resources all about the Presidents will help.

Resources All About the Presidents

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