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Presidents’ Day is celebrated the third Monday in February. Why do we celebrate? What are we celebrating? Who decided that this day would be a holiday? Find out the answers to these questions (and more) with our Presidents’ Day Lapbook.

Thanks to Jodi Small and Jolanthe Erb for preparing this Presidents’ Day Lapbook.

Presidents’ Day Lapbook Printables

This file includes the following mini-books for your student to create a Presidents’ Day Lapbook:

  • If I Were President Stationery Pages (choose from regular ruled lines or dashed lines)
  • If I Were President Pocket
  • Abraham Lincoln’s Life Tab Book
    This includes tabs for childhood, jobs, politics, family, and presidency. Information about Abraham Lincoln is included.
  • George Washington’s Life Tab Book
    This includes tabs for childhood, jobs, politics, family, and presidency. Information about George Washington is included.
  • Finding Lincoln’s Namesake Fan Book
  • Finding Washington’s Namesake Fan Book
  • Presidents’ Day History Flap Book
    This includes information about several different events leading up to the permanent Presidents’ Day holiday we celebrate today.
  • Celebrating Presidents’ Day! Mini-book
    How do American’s celebrate this holiday? Some ideas are included. You can add your own, too.

How to Get Started with the Presidents’ Day Lapbook

Follow these simple instructions to get started with the Presidents’ Day Lapbook

  1. Read books about George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. You may also want to check out some books about Presidents’ Day from your local library.
  2. Choose and print the lapbook printables you want to use with your student.
  3. Enjoy learning all about Presidents’ Day!

Download Your Free Presidents’ Day Lapbook

Simply click on the image below to grab the free Presidents’ Day Lapbook.

Presidents’ Day Lapbook

More Resources for Learning About United States Presidents

Abe Lincoln: Boy Who Loved Books
Unit Study & Lapbook
United States President Matchbooks
United States President Lapbook