Interesting facts from our Presidents' Day Biographies will enhance your teaching strategies.
Or, if you don't have access to them, gather sticks from outside and add them to your block area. Ask them what the president does and then explain briefly his job. (Clap twice.)It's a very special day today, Yes sir!
Return to Top Circle Time is such a great time for children to learn the social skills of being together as a large group AND to learn more about your Space Theme! Ask them what they would do if they were president of their school and write down their answers. (Clap twice.)It's President's Day, When we can shout and say, Have a happy, happy, happy, happy, day!
But Presidents Day was started as a way to combine the recognition of Washington’s birthday and Lincoln’s birthday (February 22 and February 12, respectively).
Ironically, since the celebration is on the third Monday of the month, not one former president has a birthday that coincides with the actual Presidents Day holiday!