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Presidents' Day (also called Washington's Birthday) is celebrated in the USA on the third Monday of February. It is a Federal holiday in the USA. George Washington's birthday was originally designated a national holiday in 1885, but its date was changed by Congress in 1971. The official US holiday is meant to honor only George Washington, but many people consider Presidents' Day a day to honor both George Washington (born on Feb. 22, 1732) and Abraham Lincoln (born on Feb. 12, 1809).
US Symbols: Activities and Worksheets Color the US flag. Color the flags and learn about their history.
Symbols of the USA
A page on some of the many symbols that represent the United States of America.
The Washington Monument
Read about the Washington Monument or color a printout on it.
The Lincoln Memorial
The Lincoln Memorial commemorates the life of Abraham Lincoln, the 16th President of the United States. It is located in Potomac Park, Washington, D.C.
Mt. Rushmore National MemorialRead about Mt. Rushmore and how it was built by Gutzon Borglum. Or go to a printout on Mt. Rushmore.
The Seal of the President of the USARead about the US President's seal and color it.
US Flag Printout
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The US Flag
A short, printable book on the history of the US flag.
Liberty Bell Coloring PrintoutColor the Liberty Bell and read about it.
The White House
Read about the White House, who was the first President to live in it, when it burned down, and other historical events. Or color a printout on it.
Statue of Liberty
Learn about the State of Liberty or go to a printout on this huge monument to our Independence.
Washington, D.C., Map/Quiz Printout
Read the map, then answer the geography questions about Washington, D.C., the capital of the USA.
Dont Tread on Me: Flag Page
Read about this early American flag that pictures a coiled rattlesnake.
Dont Tread on Me: Coloring/Quiz Printout
Read about this historic flag, color it, and answer questions about it. Answers
US ConstitutionRead about the US Constitution and print activities about it.
Teter: Stars and Stripes
A coloring page based on the Mark Rockhold Teter quilt "Stars and Stripes." You can color it online, or you can print it and color it on paper.
Quiz on Important People in American History
A word scavenger hunt for students in Grades 2-3, using the Little Explorers Picture Dictionary.
How the President is ChosenThe basic process of selecting the President of the United States as directed by the U.S. Constitution.
US Symbols: Activities and Worksheets
Color the US flag.
Color the flags and learn about their history.
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