Presidents' Day Abraham Lincoln log cabin classroom craft

For President’s Day, we made some super cute crafts in my classroom. We wore Abraham Lincoln beards. And wore Abraham Lincoln hats. And made Lincoln’s log cabin, complete with a penny-version of.

Presidents Day activities: Lincoln's Log Cabin is a fun way for students to review skip counting by 10's or 5's.  Look closely at the photo and see that the logs are numbered.  FREE pattern.   A penny inside the door, adds the finishing touch, as Lincoln greets them when they open the flap.

Classroom Freebies: Lincoln's Skip Counted Log Cabin - a way to turn that "craft" into a math lesson with an objective that is standard based

Aren't these the cutest?! An Abe Lincoln craft idea I borrowed from a teacher I work with :)

Aren't these the cutest? An Abe Lincoln craft idea I borrowed from a teacher I work with :)-Lesson 89

George Washington Cherry Trees (Presidents Day Activities)   Simple Activity using green cardstock, toilet paper/ paper towel rolls and red paint.

George Washington Cherry Trees (Presidents Day Activities) Simple Activity using green cardstock, toilet paper/ paper towel rolls and red paint.

Love all of these ideas for President's Day!

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Lincoln's log cabin

Homeschool Group: Presidents craft

Presidents Day Craft By the end of art, the kids will be able to construct a log cabin and know that was a house for many people a long time ago

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Happy President’s Day!  hope you all had a fabulous president’s weekend. just for fun i made these president photo booth props and they were VERY easy to make and is a great President’s Day craft to do with the kids.  here’s how to make your own…. Abe Lincoln Hat you will need: 1 sheet of More Popsicles...

Happy President's Day Craft

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