President’s Day, also known as Washington’s Birthday, is celebrated on the third Monday of February every year. The day venerates the presidents of the United States, especially George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. Children usually take it as an opportunity to learn more about American history and the US Presidents. This year, President’s Day will fall on 19th February 2018. So celebrate Presidents’ Day and honor the men who led the country bravely with our collection of free printable Presidents’ Day coloring pages.
Free Printable President’s Day Coloring Pages
A Religious President’s Day Coloring Page:
If you want to teach your children about the Presidents of our country, while keeping it spiritual at the same time, this President’s Day coloring page would be perfect for you. A beautiful Bible verse is written on the top hat. And the background of this image has beautiful stars, which we’re loving.
Abraham Lincoln And George Washington Coloring Page:
This coloring page features the two presidents who brought the United States to a position it is today. They took up an incredibly difficult job of running one of the largest nations in the world and held the country together, even in times of adversity.
Young George Washington:
This coloring page features young George Washington looking at something through the camera. When George Washington was a young, he was very fond of exploring. In fact, he even helped Lord Fairfax survey the Shenandoah Lands when he was just 16.
Pitbull For President:
If you’re a lover of dogs, you’ll definitely enjoy filling this adorable Pitbull for the president coloring page. It shows that this pitbull is fighting for elections. He even tweaked the flag a bit to suit his preference.
This coloring page shows two young children marveling the magnanimous Lincoln Memorial. Located in the western end of the National Mall, right across Washington Monument, the Lincoln Memorial is visited by millions of people every year.
Vice President Johnson:
Here’s a President’s Day coloring page with facts. This coloring page states that after the assassination of Kennedy, Johnson, the Vice President was sworn in for a special ceremony while Mrs. Kennedy looked on. This coloring page shows Johnson taking the oath.
Abraham Lincoln Coloring Page:
This coloring page shows Abraham Lincoln, one of the greatest presidents of the United States, giving a speech. Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, presided during the most turbulent time, which is the Civil War. It was Abe, who prevented the Union from splitting into two countries.
President Andrew Jackson:
This coloring sheet features Andrew Jackson, the statesman and an American soldier, and the 7th president of the United States. Even before becoming the president, Jackson became a national hero for of his victory at the Battle of New Orleans.
This coloring page features the current president of the United States, Donald Trump.
Franklin D. Roosevelt Coloring Page:
Franklin Delano Roosevelt, also known as FDR, was the political leader and American Statesman who served as the 32nd President of the United State for two terms.
General Dwight Eisenhower:
Here’s a coloring page of Dwight Eisenhower, the American Army General, who also served as the 3rd President of the United States. General Dwight Eisenhower was the first African American to be bound by the 22nd Amendment, which limits the number of times one can serve as the president.
George Washington Coloring Page:
This coloring page shows the enthusiastic George Washington crossing the Delaware River during the American Revolutionary War. It was a surprise attack organized by the President against the Hessian forces.
John F Kennedy Coloring Page:
Here’s a coloring page of the 35th president of the United States, John F Kennedy, commonly known by his initials JFK. Kennedy’s term in office was marked with extreme tension, which probably led to his assassination.
Here’s a coloring page of Mount Rushmore, one of the most unique monuments of the United States of America. This monument commemorates the first 150 years of the US by including sculptures of Theodore Roosevelt, Abraham Lincoln, George Washington and Thomas Jefferson. Did you know? It took more than 14 hours for the monument to complete.
Kids Celebrating President’s Day:
This coloring page shows young and enthusiastic kids celebrating President’s Day parade. They have come all charged up, with the flag of America in their hands. Kids are the future of the society. If you instill patriotism into them right from the beginning, they will love their country more.
Theodore Roosevelt Coloring Page:
This coloring page shows Theodore Roosevelt, fondly known as the colonel of the “Rough Riders” riding on the horseback. Teddy led the charge up San Juan Hill in the Spanish American War, which made him the president after McKinley’s death.
Color The American Symbols:
This President’s Day coloring page will definitely improve your general knowledge. Basically, you need to color the American symbols, such as the flamingo, snake, Statue of Liberty, rose, and the bird. You even need to write what these symbols stand for.
William Howard Taft:
Here’s a coloring page of William Howard Taft, the 27th President of the United States of America and the 10th Chief Justice of India. This makes William Howard Taft the only American to hold both the offices. William Howard Taft succeeded Theodore Roosevelt.
Thomas Jefferson Coloring Page:
Here’s a coloring page of Thomas Jefferson, the third president who presided over the United States from 1801 to 1809. Apart from being the president, Thomas Jefferson also designed the University of Virginia and of course, his own house.
The Bald Eagle And American Flag:
This coloring page features bald eagle, the national bird of the United States of America on the American flag. The President’s Day isn’t about celebrating the birthday of George Washington, but celebrating the civic history of the country and the men and women who were a part of it.
President’s Day Word Search:
Word search is one of the most exciting activities in our opinion. In this President’s Day worksheet, children have to search for the words featured below. Let’s see how many correct answers you get.
President George Washington And President Abraham Lincoln Coloring Page:
Here’s another magnificent President’s Day coloring page, featuring Abraham Lincoln and George Washington.
President’s Day Activity Sheet:
Here’s a perfect President’s day activity sheet for preschoolers. You need to instruct your preschooler to trace the wordings, “President’s Day” and then color the image of George Washington.
United States Of America Coloring Page:
This coloring page features the flag of United States America in the shape of U.S. map. It’s one of the most unique President’s day coloring pages in our opinion and would be loved by children and adults alike.
Remember, the more kids learn about their presidents, the more they will respect their country. So imbibe patriotism in your child by printing out all these Presidents’ Day coloring pages. Apart from President’s Day, you can even use these coloring pages for celebrating 4th of July or Patriots Day. And don’t forget to check out our Black History Month coloring pages.