Presidents’ Day in the Primary Classroom

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Goodbye, January! I’m ready for a February filled with hearts, teeth, lanterns, Presidents…and of course a week off!
I am excited to share my latest creation for February, Powerful Presidents!
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This little pack is filled with 6 different craftivities.
Mix and match to create the perfect display for your classroom!

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I took my favorite art project of the entire year and turned it into a writing project!
Bonus: this art project will keep your littles entertained for a long time!
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For something simple, you can photocopy George’s head onto black paper and ask students to write 3 facts they’ve learned about Washington!
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For Abe, make use of his stovepipe hat with these fun projects!
Part of our math curriculum asks the kids to work on timelines.  This is a fun way to incorporate Math into Social Studies time! They can also write 3 facts they know!


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It’s been said that Abe used his hat to store speeches, letters and notes.  With this activity, ask your students to write President Lincoln a note
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Head over to TpT to grab this pack so you’re all set for Presidents’ Day!
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