The Presidents Day: Lincoln, Washington, and American Symbols resource is a great way of combining American History, reading, writing, and comprehension together in your classroom. This resource includes information sheets about 8 popular American symbols, vocabulary sheets for each symbol, and follow up review questions to work on close reading/comprehension skills.
This resource also includes a book about Abraham Lincoln, and a book about George Washington (these can remain as full sheets or cut in half and stapled). Each book gives an overview of each president’s life and accomplishments, as well as some fun facts. A KWL Worksheet is provided for each president, as well as a review questions worksheet.
Lastly, I added a project for each president, Washington and Lincoln, that includes a cover page to decorate, a fact sheet to fill out and decorate, and a summary page so students can practice writing a brief summary paragraph about the president and why he was an important historical figure in American history. This is a great way of teaching American History and English together for a diverse population of students!
If you like this resource, you may be interested in the following resources also available:
Chinese New Year HERE
Martin Luther King, Jr Mini Lesson in Kindness and Diversity HERE
This resource includes:
Page 1: Cover Page
Page 2: Table of Contents I
Page 3: Table of Contents II
Page 4: Table of Contents III
Page 5: Table of Contents IV
Page 6: Statue of Liberty Information Sheet
Page 7: Statue of Liberty Vocabulary
Page 8: Statue of Liberty Review Questions
Page 9: Bald Eagle Information Sheet
Page 10: Bald Eagle Vocabulary
Page 11: Bald Eagle Review Questions
Page 12: The American Flag Information Sheet
Page 13: The American Flag Vocabulary
Page 14: The American Flag Review Questions
Page 15: The Liberty Bell Information Sheet
Page 16: The Liberty Bell Vocabulary
Page 17: The Liberty Bell Review Questions
Page 18: The Washington Monument Information Sheet
Page 19: The Washington Monument Vocabulary
Page 20: The Washington Monument Review Questions
Page 21: Mount Rushmore Information Sheet
Page 22: Mount Rushmore Vocabulary
Page 23: Mount Rushmore Review Questions
Page 24: The United States Capitol Building Information
Page 25: The United States Capitol Building Vocabulary
Page 26: The United States Capitol Building Review Questions
Page 27: The White House Information Sheet
Page 28: The White House Vocabulary
Page 29: The White House Review Questions
Page 30: KWL Abraham Lincoln Worksheet: What do you know about Abraham Lincoln? What would you like to know about Abraham Lincoln? What did you learn about Abraham Lincoln?
Page 31 – 38: Abraham Lincoln Book: Keep as whole sheets or cut in half and staple together.
Page 39: Abraham Lincoln Review Questions
Page 40: KWL George Washington Worksheet: What do you know about George Washington? What would you like to know about George Washington? What did you learn about George Washington?
Page 41 – 46: George Washington Book: Keep as whole sheets or cut in half and staple together.
Page 47: George Washington Review Questions
Page 48: George Washington and Abraham Lincoln Project Instructions
Page 49: My George Washington Study Cover Page: Decorate
Page 50: George Washington Facts Worksheet: Fill out and decorate
Page 51: My George Washington Summary: Write a paragraph describing who George Washington was and why he is an important figure in United States history.
Page 52: My Abraham Lincoln Study Cover Page: Decorate
Page 53: Abraham Lincoln Facts Worksheet: Fill out and decorate
Page 54: My Abraham Lincoln Summary: Write a paragraph describing who Abraham Lincoln was and why his is an important figure in United States history.
Page 56: Credits Page
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