Posts Tagged "president’s day"

Celebrate President’s Day with Crafts, Games and More!

Happy President’s Day! It’s time to celebrate the commanders-in-chief – but how? Whether your child is a crafty kid, a trivia buff, a model-maker or simply loves to learn, these educational activities are perfect President’s Day ideas for your young student! Show your patriotism and craft an American flag. Go simple, using white paper with red and blue markers to draw the flag or get more creative. How? Use glitter and glue on card stock to make a sparkling version, cut apart pieces of felt to make a press and stick fabric flag or get glitzy with red, silver and...

President’s Day Kids’ Activities

President’s Day is right around the corner. The banks are closed, there might not be garbage pick-up and the kids don’t have school. You can skip a day cashing checks or setting out cans for the trash truck, but what about your kids? Instead of spending the day stuck in front of the TV, check out these President’s Day activities that can keep your children entertained (and educated!) on their day off. Presidential play. Grab dad’s suit jacket, make a mock beard using craft felt and use those old hats from Halloween costumes to pretend play a president’s day. Go...

President’s Day Kids’ Coin Crafts

Put the commanders-in-chief on display in this artsy President’s Day activity! Celebrate historical giants such as Abraham Lincoln and George Washington with a crafty coin creation. How? If you have a penny and a quarter, you’re half way there. Start by showing your child the coins. Ask her to take a good look at them, noting the picture on the front. Talk about the pint-sized portraits on the coins (make sure that your child understands that these are our past presidents). Grab a piece of paper and a few markers or crayons. Cut the paper into a circle and invite...