Whether you are just feeling patriotic or are looking for patriotic activities you are in the right place.
The patriotic activities are broken down into the following holidays:
Martin Luther King Jr Day –
3rd Monday in January President’s Day (Washington’s Birthday) –
3rd Monday in February Memorial Day –
last Monday in May Independence Day –
4th of July Columbus Day –
2nd Monday in October Veterans Day –
11th November Bill of Rights Day –
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Martin Luther King Jr Day
Martin Luther King Jr Day is celebrated on the third Monday in January in honor of the great MLK.
His birthday was actually on January 15th, but in line with the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, it is celebrated in all 50 states of America on the third Monday in January.
Have fun searching for 16 words relating to Martin Luther King Jr. This is a great activity for elementary-aged students.
I have put together 30 of the best resources to celebrate and learn all about Martin Luther King with the kids.
President's Day is also known as George Washington's birthday, and similar to MLK Day his birthday was on February 22nd, but due to the Uniform Monday Holiday Act, it is celebrated on the third Monday in February..
Have fun on President's Day with the kids in elementary and middle school grades with these free writing prompts.
Have fun learning all about the President's of the United States with these coloring pages.
Have fun unscrambling these words relating to President's Day, perfect for kids old and young as there are 2 versions.
One with no clues, and the other with unscrambled words around the side of the puzzle.
Download the pictures of the President's heads and color them in. Then either match the heads or play the harder game and match the name to the face.
This is such a fun activity. My son last year decided that if he were President he would make Star Wars Day a federal holiday!
Learn all about the first President with these 7 activities aimed at lower elementary-aged students.
These 6 free worksheets celebrating George Washington are perfect for preschoolers through to grade 2.
Learn all about Abraham Lincoln with our free coloring pages.
Learn more about the third President of America with our free Thomas Jefferson worksheets.
Learn about the 32nd President of the United States with our free Franklin D. Roosevelt worksheets.
These are the best books about Presidents for elementary and middle school aged children. There are nonfiction and fiction books included in the list.
Memorial Day is observed on the last Monday of May. It is a day for honoring the men and women who died while serving in the U.S. military.
Celebrate Memorial Day with these free patriotic color by number printables. There are 8 different images to find.
Find 15 patriotic words with this free Memorial Day word search.
The Fourth of July celebrates the Declaration of Independence by Congress on July 4, 1776.
The Declaration announced the political separation of the 13 North American colonies from Great Britain.
Learn all about the main 8 Founding Fathers of America with our free Founding Fathers coloring pages.
Learn all about Benjamin Franklin and the role he played in American Independence.
Make sure the kids have fun on the 4th with our free scavenger hunt printable. This will be so much fun to play either at a party or on the way to one.
Can you unscramble these Independence Day words? This is for upper elementary aged kids and above. There are no clues so this is quite a hard one.
If you are wanting to get messy and creative this holiday check out our favorite 4th of July crafts we have found.
Download our free 4th of July word search puzzle.
Are you hosting a party for 4th of July? If so you are going to love these traditional party games, and more importantly, your guests will too.
Columbus Day is
a holiday in the United States that commemorates the landing of Christopher Columbus on October 12, 1492, in the New World.
The patriotic holiday is celebrated on the 2nd Monday in October.
Have fun learning about Christopher Columbus with these free worksheets. Color them in and then sort them into a timeline of events.
Veterans Day or Remembrance Day is celebrated around the world on November 11th.
Download these 4 free Remembrance Day coloring pages and celebrate the men and women you fought in the war.
Learn all about the history of Veterans Day and what it is all about. There are links to free resources too.
Bill of Rights Day
Celebrate the first 10 amendments on Bill of Rights Day on December 15th.
Have fun learning the 10 Amendments with our free coloring posters.
Find 16 words all relating to the Bill of Rights in this fun patriotic word search.
Last Updated on 23 January 2023 by