Presidents Day Lesson by eccpasa.info Presidents Day can also be written as President's Day or Presidents' Day. Presidents Day started as a holiday to celebrate George Washington's birthday on February 22, but was changed to the third Monday in February in
On the third Monday of February, Americans celebrate the birthday of two former presidents. They are George Washington and Abraham Lincoln. You may have heard of them. They were both famous U.S. presidents and they both have birthdays in February. Even though they are different days, we celebrate both of them on the same day.
5 ESL Activities for Teaching Students About Presidents’ Day I cannot tell a lie—Presidents’ Day is an incredible opportunity for ESL teachers. You can teach interactive English lessons and discuss American history in one fell eccpasa.info: Susanverner.
A History of Presidents’ Day - Text + Audio + Pictures "The third Monday of February is known as Presidents’ Day in the United States." (eccpasa.info) George Washington laying the cornerstone for the US Capitol from a mural by Allyn Cox. The Unique Invention of the American President - Text + Audio + Pictures - 21 January