Honor past U.S. presidents with these crafts, printables, and activities for Presidents' Day. Use these resources to celebrate Abraham Lincoln's birthday (February 12), George Washington's birthday (February 22) and Presidents' Day (third Monday in February).
This chart lists U. presidents' birth places, parties, and birth and death dates. Use this reference when studying U. History, celebrating Presidents' Day, or learning about the presidential election process.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Biography: A Reading Warm-Up
This literature guide to Abraham Lincoln and Frederick Douglass: The Story Behind an American Friendship includes a pre-reading activity, discussion questions, and post-reading activities about these two key figures in U.
Christians need to hold teachers and preachers accountable for what they teach in the Word of God. Curriculum, lessons and sermons must align biblically or it is false teaching. From "Token Faith" by Terrie Bentley McKee
Study the life and accomplishments of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States. Though these educational videos and related activities, students will learn about Lincoln's childhood, his political career, his views on slavery, the Civil War, the Emancipation Proclamation, and his assassination. Each video is paired with three extension activities for your classroom. (Useful for Presidents' Day lesson planning.)
Examine the life of a Nobel Peace Prize recipient with the resources in this printable teacher's guide for Theodore Roosevelt, a biography of the president of the United States. This guide includes six cross-curricular activities to increase