Presidents’ Day is a US holiday celebrated on the third Monday of February. This holiday was originally established in 1885 as “Washington’s Birthday” to celebrate President George Washington’s birthday on February 22. In 1971, the federal government renamed the holiday Presidents’ Day in order to honor all US presidents, past and present.
The Share My Lesson team has selected a variety of free lesson plans, educational resources and classroom materials to support teachers as they celebrate Presidents’ Day in their classes.
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