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Martin Luther King Jr Day: Inspiring Equality in the Classroom!
Get ready to celebrate Martin Luther King Jr Day, a significant day in our nation’s history.
Observed on the third Monday of January, this day honors the remarkable life and legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.
It’s more than just a holiday—it’s an opportunity to teach our students about civil rights, equality, and the power of standing up for justice.
Let’s embrace diversity, foster compassion, and empower our students to become change-makers who create a more inclusive society.
Together, let’s make Martin Luther King Jr Day an unforgettable experience in our classrooms.
President’s Day: Honoring Great Leaders
This significant day, observed on the third Monday of February, gives us a chance to honor and explore the legacies of our nation’s leaders.
From Washington to Lincoln and beyond, Presidents Day is an opportunity to teach our students about the remarkable individuals who have shaped our country’s history.
Let’s inspire a sense of patriotism, civic responsibility, and leadership as we delve into the accomplishments and challenges of our esteemed presidents.
Together, let’s make Presidents Day an engaging and educational experience in our classrooms and home!
- President’s Day writing prompts
- Presidents Day coloring pages
- Presidents Day word scramble
- Presidents memory game
- President books for kids
- Presidents research project
- If I were President worksheet
President worksheets for kids
Dive into the fascinating world of American history with these fun and informative unit studies dedicated to individual Presidents.
- George Washington unit study
- George Washington activity sheets
- George Washington worksheets
- John Adams unit study
- Thomas Jefferson unit study
- Thomas Jefferson worksheets
- Abraham Lincoln unit study
- Abraham Lincoln worksheets
- Theodore Roosevelt unit study
- Woodrow Wilson unit study
- Franklin D. Roosevelt unit study
- Franklin D. Roosevelt worksheets
- Harry Truman unit study
- Dwight D. Eisenhower unit study
- Ronald Reagan unit study
- Barack Obama worksheets
Abraham Lincoln Unit Study
George Washington Unit Study
Presidents Research Project
Memorial Day: Honoring Sacrifice
As we approach this solemn day, let’s take a moment to remember and express gratitude for the brave men and women who made the ultimate sacrifice in service to our country.
Memorial Day, observed on the last Monday in May, holds deep significance as we commemorate their dedication and selflessness.
Together, let’s teach our students about sacrifice, honor, and the enduring impact of our fallen heroes.
Flag Day: Celebrating Our National Symbol
On June 14th, we have the opportunity to honor and appreciate the symbol that represents our nation—the flag.
It’s more than just a piece of cloth; the flag embodies our freedom, unity, and the sacrifices of those who have served our country.
Let’s engage our students in activities that foster a deep understanding and respect for the flag’s significance.
Together, let’s celebrate Flag Day and cultivate a sense of pride in our national symbol.
Independence Day: Celebrating Freedom
On the 4th of July, we come together to commemorate the birth of our nation and the values of freedom and independence.
This historic day holds deep significance as we reflect on the principles that shape our democracy.
Let’s engage our students in activities that explore the history and meaning of Independence Day, fostering a sense of pride and civic responsibility.
Together, let’s celebrate freedom and unity on this special day.
- 4th of July scavenger hunt
- 4th of July color by number
- 4th of July memory game
- 4th of July trivia printable
- 4th of July word scramble
- July 4th word search
- 4th of July books preschool
- 4th of July crafts for kids
- 4th of July games for kids
- Declaration of Independence worksheet
Founding Father’s Worksheets
Learn more about some of the most famous Founding Fathers in our free worksheets. Scroll up to the President worksheet section for even more.
Columbus Day: Exploring Historical Discoveries
On the second Monday of October, we commemorate Christopher Columbus’s arrival in the Americas.
This day offers an opportunity to delve into the Age of Discovery, fostering critical thinking and discussions about the consequences of exploration and cultural exchanges.
Let’s engage our students in activities that promote a nuanced understanding of this complex historical event.
Together, let’s make Columbus Day an educational experience that encourages curiosity and empathy.
Veterans Day: Honoring Our Heroes
Every year on November 11th, we come together to express gratitude and pay tribute to the brave men and women who have selflessly served our country.
Veterans Day is a reminder of their sacrifices and a chance to teach our students about the values of courage, dedication, and citizenship.
Let’s engage in activities that foster understanding and appreciation for our veterans, ensuring their legacy is honored throughout the year.
Bill of Rights Day: Celebrating Our Freedoms
On December 15th, we commemorate the ratification of the Bill of Rights, which guarantees our fundamental freedoms.
This day holds immense importance as we educate our students about the rights and liberties protected by this historic document.
Let’s engage in activities that foster understanding and empower our students to be active defenders of their rights.
Together, let’s celebrate and cherish the freedoms bestowed upon us by the Bill of Rights.
Last Updated on 27 November 2023 by homeschoolof1