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Abraham Lincoln Worksheets

During the most tumultuous time in our nation's history, Abraham Lincoln, the 16th president of the United States, stood tall and preserved the Union. Leveled readers will help to introduce students of all ages to this incredible president. Reader's theater scripts will help Lincoln's story come to life, as well as provide your students an opportunity to sharpen their speaking and listening skills. Writing projects and critical thinking activities will keep them engaged and allow them to express their thoughts and ideas on Lincoln's life and presidency.
Abraham Lincoln Worksheets

Make a Daily Abraham Lincoln Activities, Worksheets, Printables, and Lesson Plans Activity Lesson Plan Book
        Daily Abraham Lincoln Activities, Worksheets, Printables, and Lesson Plans Activity Lesson Plan Book

Leveled Books
            President Lincoln
            Young Abraham Lincoln
            Abraham Lincoln's Beard

Very Quick Readers
     Abraham Lincoln (Very Quick Reader; Grade 4-6 Readability)

Short Readers
     Lincoln Memorial (Short Reader; Grade 4-6 Readability)
     Lincoln Home National Historic Site (Short Reader; Grade 4-6 Readability)

Reading Comprehensions
     Wendy's World- Meet Mr. Lincoln (Grades 2-3)
     Living With a Young Abe Lincoln (Grades 3-5)
     Why President Lincoln Grew a Beard (Grades 4-5)
     Lincoln's Assassination (Grades 4-6)
     Lincoln (Part 1) (Grades 6-8)
     Lincoln (Part 2) (Grades 6-8)
     Honest Abe
     Gettysburg Address

Abraham Lincoln History
Abraham Lincoln, our 16th president, rose from very humble beginnings, having been born in a log cabin in Kentucky on February 12, 1809. His family moved to Illinois in 1830, and the state is now known as "The Land of Lincoln." He was a lawyer and a congressman before being elected President of the United States in 1860. Civil War, America's deadliest war, broke out soon after his inauguration in March 1861. Through his tireless efforts, the Union was preserved. Abraham Lincoln was the first president assassinated when he was shot by John Wilkes Booth at Ford's Theater in Washington, D.C., on April 14, 1865. He is known as one of our greatest presidents.

Finish the Story
     President's Day (Grade 3-4)
     A President's Day Surprise (Grade 4-6)

Compare and Contrast
        Monument Traits: Compares two presidential monuments (Grades 5-6)

President Traits: Compares two Civil War Presidents (Grades 5-6)

Reader's Theater Scripts and Plays
     Question Mark Seeks Answers about Presidential Inaugurations (Grades 5-7)

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President Lincoln

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