Presidents day federal holiday

Presidents’ Day is an American holiday celebrated on the third Monday in February. Originally established in 1885 in recognition of President George Washington, it is still officially called “Washington’s Birthday” by the federal government. Use this quiz to test your students trivia of American Presidents.

Great for a Presidents Day, Patriotic, or National Symbols Theme! Print and cut these Number Order and Skip Counting Puzzles for an easy addition t...

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Have fun getting to know the phrases of the Preamble of the #Constitution while unscrambling your #DIY puzzle. Great for kids to personalize and decorate for #July4th

Have fun getting to know the phrases of the Preamble of the #Constitution while unscrambling your #DIY puzzle. Great for kids to personalize and decorate for #July4th

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Today, February 12th, is President Lincoln's birthday. It is still celebrated as an official legal federal holiday in a few states; but, has been combined with George Washington's birthday and the two are now celebrated together as a legal US nationwide holiday named "Presidents Day" which will be February 20, 2017.

Presidents' Day Recipes Make one of these dishes to compliment your Presidents' Day activities Haven't celebrated this federal holiday in the past? Why not start this year? Honor one of our past presidents by serving one of these dishes.

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Patriotic Holidays. "Washington's Birthday was established as a federal holiday in 1885. It celebrates the life and contributions of George Washington, first president of the United States and general of the American Revolution. In some states, the holiday is expanded to also commemorate President Abraham Lincoln's birthday, and is thus referred to as "President's Day". It occurs on the third Monday of February, near both presidents' birthdays."

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