Free Printables Abraham Lincoln History Learning for Kids Grades 2-6
I love it when I discover fabulous free resources online. I found a wonderful activity book on Abraham Lincoln at the Texas Dripping Springs Community Library (see Activity Book below.) Thanks so much for sharing! There’s actually a whole series of these books featuring many other famous people. I might just continue to share them in this fashion one by one 😉
So, inspired by this lovely resource, I put together this list of awesome printables, lesson plans, books, crafts, games and videos for a super well rounded learning experience on Abraham Lincoln, and the Civil War. This list targets children in grades 2 to roughly 6, I’d say. Naturally, pick and choose whatever you believe your children, and yourself, will enjoy the most. Need not do everything in here of course! And if you have any favorites, do let me know about them in the comments below.
Happy history learning!
- PBS Learning Media:
- Educents lapbook:
Print n’ Go Lapbook (this is the only paid resource listed here. If you enjoy lapbooks, this would be a fun resource to add to your learning experience)
- Texas Dripping Springs Community Library:
- Booklets, notebooking pages, coloring pages, masks, portraits, etc:
- Mini book:
- Biography poem:
- Presidential trading cards:
http://mrnussbaum.com/abraham_lincoln/. Fun especially the animated picture book, the timeline and the Lincoln’s map.
You can find any of these at the library. I’m including the links to Amazon just in case you’d like to buy them.
Abraham Lincoln, by Ingri d’Aulaire
So You Want to Be President? by Judith St. George, and David Small
Lincoln: A Photobiography, by Russell Freedman
Abraham Lincoln’s World, by Genevieve Foster
“Who Was?” Series: Who Was Abraham Lincoln? by the Penguin Group Publishers, available in paperback::
Also in kindle, and audiobook (audible)
Other Recommended Books
- PBS Adventures in Learning:
- Create a Lincoln Book:
http://www.vickiblackwell.com/makingbooks/index.htm (scroll down a bit but still toward the top of the page)
- Create a Lincoln puppet mask:
- Create a paper doll:
- Create a paper plate face & hat:
- Draw an Abe Lincoln Cartoon:
- Word search:
- Moby’s Match:
If you know of a resource that would fit nicely in this list, please do let all of us know. We’d love to get our hands on fab goodies 🙂