Subjects and Predicates - I would use a pencil here. You will underline simple subjects and cross out the predicate in each of these sentences.
Libs - Fill in the blanks with the appropriate type of word
as indicated under the blank to complete your own Presidential silly
- What word properly completes each sentence? Homophones are words that sound the same, but are usually spelled differently and mean different
things. They are words like hear and here.
Reading Comprehension Worksheets:
Lincoln - Thought of as one of the most significant Presidents
of all time. People often confuse his timing, he was the 16th in line. This is a reading passage with highlighted interesting facts about his life.
Washington - Watch your Cherry Trees around old Georgie. He had quite the life. Revolutionary war commander, presided over the constitutional creation, and unanimously elected.
the President - Read about the qualifications and jobs that
you must do in order to become President.
Rushmore - Learn about this amazingly large sculpture and answer
the questions that follow.
in the White House! - This is probably what every new President
goes through. He needs to find his way out so he can
get on Airforce One. Can you help him find his way out?
Search - President's Day is a day to honor the presidents of
our past. Two of the main presidents we look at on this day are Lincoln and Washington. Can you find all of the words
in the puzzle?
- Use the code below to decipher these very presidential quotes. One from Abe and another from Georgie.
Puzzle - Many of the terms that are found in here are related to forming of a nation and the perseverance of the States of the Union.
If I Were
the President - Would you make any major changes to the country? Write five things you
would do or change, if you were given the opportunity.
Letter to the President - Being the President of the United
States is a very difficult job. Making a whole nation is practically