In honor of Presidents Day, I’m sharing my new printable of all the past US Presidents – Updated. [Note: I updated the PDF in February 2021 to include our newest sitting president, Joe Biden.]
As a bonus, I’m also reposting links to our other presidential printables. Click on the descriptions below to download free worksheets, quotes, and coloring pages. All perfect for Presidents Day. We have several to choose from:
More Printable Pages for Individual Presidents
Click through the links below for free printable quotes, quizzes, coloring pages and other fun resources. I plan to add to this list as time permits, but here are the presidents I’ve done so far:
- George Washington – a 5-page print pack devoted to the father of our country
- Thomas Jefferson – a coloring page featuring one of Jefferson’s pithy quotes
- Andrew Jackson – a coloring page based on Jackson’s quote about the Bible
- Abraham Lincoln – several worksheets and coloring pages highlighting the life and times of Honest Abe, including a beautifully rendered printable copy of Lincoln’s Gettysburg Address
- William Howard Taft – lots of quotes and fun facts about our 27th president, plus a coloring page based on his advice on writing
- John F. Kennedy – a coloring page based on JFK’s “Ask not what your country can do for you” quote
- Ronald Reagan – several common-sensical sayings from President Reagan, including one to color
- Donald Trump – say what you will about President Trump, he loves our country and longs to “Make America Great Again!”
More American Heritage Printables
Want more fun printables for folks who love America? You can browse through all of our past patriotic posts by following this link: American Heritage Printables.
Or maybe you’d prefer a bound volume. If so, check out my devotional journals. The one in the center of the lineup below, God Bless America, was made just for patriotic citizens like you.
Packed with inspiring thoughts from our founding fathers and other great Americans, this journal will inspire you to think deeply about what it means to be a citizen of this great country. What is our responsibility to the rest of the world? How do we ensure the guiding principles on which our nation was established are never forgotten? Consider how you feel about these matters and use the space provided to write down your thoughts.