Did you know that William H. Taft is the only U.S. president that was born in the month of September? Or that Franklin D. Roosevelt had three different vice presidents while in office?
How about the fact that William Henry Harrison’s presidential term lasted a single month?
No? Well, that’s okay!
Whether you’re just starting to teach your children about the presidents of the United States or you’re covering U.S. history and would like to learn a little about the men that have taken up residence in the Oval Office, these President Posters are the perfect place to start!
Now, I have to be honest. These posters have been up in our shop for a little bit now, but the back to school craziness has gotten me a bit behind schedule and I am just now getting around to sharing them here.
President Quick Fact Posters
Personally, I’m a bit of a history buff. I love studying everything from ancient times to modern day politics, hence the U.S. state studies (which will go perfectly with these, by the way).
These President Posters though were SO much fun to make and I can not wait to use them with my own kiddos!
Each and every president from Washington to Trump is represented on their own printable, 8.5 x 11 page with their full name, the dates they lived or the year they were born, the dates of their presidential term(s), the office they held prior to becoming president, their party affiliation, and the name(s) of their vice president(s).
Each poster also includes a fun presidential image as well to give your kids a visual representation.
Now, you could easily hang these up on the wall, they’d be perfect for both homeschoolers and classroom teachers, or bind them together to create a presidential quick fact book.
Either way, they’re sure to make learning all about the American presidents a whole lot more fun!
Save this week!
Usually, we offer all of the new products in our shop at a discount for the first 48 hours, but the fact that I’m a little late in getting this up means good news for you! Grab the posters here!
I promise, your little history buffs are going to thank you 🙂