President’s Day Writing Prompts (10 free worksheets)
Have fun in school on George Washington Day with our fun President’s Day writing prompts.
These writing prompts for kids can be used with all age groups, but are aimed at elementary grades.
We love creating fun holiday activities for kids and we try to celebrate every fun holiday, including President’s Day.
When the kids have completed this fun writing activity check out all our patriotic activities that you can have fun with. Including coloring pages, games, and more.
Included in this free download are 10 fun writing prompts.
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Writing Prompts for President’s Day
Download the printable writing prompts below. There are 10 pages with different writing prompts. Make sure to check the printer settings.
These President’s Day writing prompts are free to print but are for personal and classroom use only. Scroll to the bottom of the page and add your email address to get the pdf file.
There are 10 fun President’s Day writing prompts that are perfect for February, or any time you are studying the United States government.
There are 10 writing prompts to be printed out, you can either print them all, or just the ones that you think the kids will enjoy the most.
George Washington and Abraham Lincoln are my grandads. Discuss a fun time you had with them. You will also enjoy our free George Washington worksheets and our Abraham Lincoln worksheets.
The first female President of the United States of America will be…. and why?
Compare the Presidencies of Abraham Lincoln and George Washington.
If you could have dinner with any President, dead or alive who would it be and why?
Thomas Jefferson is transported to 2023, what does he think? You will also enjoy our free Thomas Jefferson worksheets.
The first law I would make if I were President is….
If I was President for the day I would ….
I live in Warm Springs with my mom, dad, and Fala the dog. I have heard a rumor that my dad is the President of the United States. Surely it is not true .. You will enjoy our free Franklin D. Roosevelt worksheets.
I live in the White House and it is haunted, discuss.
Benjamin Franklin should have been President, discuss. Download our free Benjamin Franklin coloring pages.
I also highly recommend this Presidential mad libs book for even more fun on President’s Day.
Continue learning all about the United States Presidents with our President worksheets.
There are 45 pages in this download including all 45 United States Presidents from George Washington to Joe Biden.
Each worksheet has the following information:
- Picture of the President to color
- Date of birth
- Date served
- Age when elected
- Date of death
- What number President?
- Home State
- Vice President
- First Lady
- Political Party
- Interesting facts
Other printable writing prompts
- Valentine’s Day writing prompts
- If I were a leprechaun writing activity
- St Patrick’s Day writing prompts
- Easter writing prompts
- Earth Day writing prompts
- Star Wars writing prompts
Download free President’s Day Printables
Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)
Last Updated on 9 June 2023 by homeschoolof1