President’s Day coloring pages are simple yet super fun ways to celebrate this special day with kids.
This free set features 2 different ways to enjoy Presidents Day coloring activities.
Learn more about these coloring pages and get creative ideas for boosting the learning fun, too!
Easily Add a Special Touch to Your President’s Day Celebration with Kids
Help you kids learn more about President’s Day with these coloring pages and fact sheets!
Over the years, my boys and I have celebrated President’s Day in a variety of ways. We always read books, watch videos, and enjoy trivia.
This year, we’re adding a few printable activities to our celebration (like our word search and cootie catcher). I like to have a few quick ways to take our holiday fun to the next level – and add samples of work to our homeschool portfolios 😉
*If you like these free coloring sheets, you’ll love this mega-pack of FREE President coloring pages with all Presidents of the United States – like James Madison, Thomas Jefferson, Andrew Jackson, Ulysses S. Grant, John F. Kennedy, and Joe Biden (plus updates).
Find Out More About These 2 Ways to Enjoy Presidents Day Coloring Fun
If you need simple, print-and-go activities for your celebration, you’ll love these President’s Day coloring pages.
I’ve featured George Washington (first President) and Abraham Lincoln (16th President) since this holiday often recognizes both men. President’s Day was originally started to honor George Washington’s birthday (February 22, 1732). Abraham Lincoln’s birthday is also in the same month (February 12, 1809).
- George Washington: with years in presidency (1789-1797) and the following facts:
- Vice President: John Adams
- Political Party: none
- Born: February 22, 1732
- Died: December 14, 1799
- State: Virginia
- “The Father of His Country”
- Commander of Chief of Contintental Army
- On one-dollar bill and quarter
- Blank version of George Washington coloring page
- Abraham Lincoln: with years in presidency (1861-1865)
- Vice Presidents: Hannibal Hamlin, Andrew Johnson
- Political Party: Republican
- Born: February 12, 1809
- Died: April 15, 1865
- State: Illinois
- “The Great Emancipator”
- Tallest President (6′ 4″)
- On five-dollar bill and penny
- Blank version of Abraham Lincoln coloring page
- 1 page with half-sheet featuring George Washington and half-sheet featuring Abraham Lincoln with both half-sheets providing space for your students to write:
- President’s name
- Vice President
- Political Party
- From (state represented)
*I have NEW coloring pages AND fact cards for ALL Presidents coming out soon!
Creative Ideas for Boosting the Fun with These President’s Day Coloring Pages
Make the most of your learning fun with these free printable Presidents Day coloring pages for kids of all ages with these ideas.
Have a variety of coloring tools for your kids to choose from as they customize these printable pages. Crayons, color pencils, and fine-tip markers are fantastic materials to have available.
You could print these coloring pages on white cardstock and use as DIY educational posters.
Flip the pages over to extend the learning fun. Younger kids can draw their own versions of the presidents (or trace the outlines of the presidents). Older students can write sentences and add more facts.
Wonderful Resources to Take Your President’s Day Learning Fun to the Next Level
My boys and I have a bunch of books that we’ve enjoyed over the years as we learn about President’s Day. Here are a few of our favorites:
The Complete Book of US Presidents, Fourth Edition: Updated for 2021Weird But True Know-It-All: U.S. PresidentsThe Illustrated Encyclopedia of the Presidents of America: An authoritative history of the American Presidency, shown in more than 460 photographs and illustrations
And here are a few videos:
Get Your Free Set of President’s Day Coloring Pages
WooHoo! Congrats on taking the next steps to boosting holiday learning fun with your kids!
This free pack of President’s Day Coloring Pages has 5 printable (PDF) pages.
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