Worksheets and No Prep Teaching Resources
Worksheets and No Prep Teaching Resources

George Washington Worksheets

Did you know that the "Father of our Country" had false teeth carved from hippopotamus and elephant ivory? Your students will know everything about George Washington after they jump into these ready-to-use materials about our first president. With literature books for grades one through six, reader's theater scripts, critical thinking activities, and more, this unit will allow your students to interact with the text as they discover facts.
George Washington Worksheets

Make a Daily George Washington: Activities, Worksheets, Printables, and Lesson Plans Activity Lesson Plan Book
        Daily George Washington: Activities, Worksheets, Printables, and Lesson Plans Activity Lesson Plan Book

Leveled Books
            George's Teeth
            Who Would Want To Be President?

Short Reading Comprehensions
Very Quick Readers
     George Washington (Very Quick Reader; Grade 4-6 Readability)
     The Road to Becoming the First President (Very Quick Reader; Grades 5-6 Readability)

Short Readers
     The Childhood of Our First President (Short Reader; Grades 4-5 Readability)
     George Washington, Dog Lover (Short Reader; Grades 5-6 Readability)

Reading Comprehensions
     George Washington
     George Washington in the French and Indian War (Grades 4-5)
     Dolly Madison Saves George Washington (Grades 4-5)
     George Washington (Grades 4-6)
     George Washington's Army - The Department of War (Grades 5-7)
     George Washington - Civilian (Grades 6-8)
     George Washington - Early Military Experiences (Grades 6-8)
     George Washington - Revolutionary (Grades 6-8)
     George Washington - General (Grades 6-8)
     George Washington - President (Grades 6-8)
     George Washington's Teeth (Grades 6-8)

Reluctant Reader Books
     Meet George Washington (Grade 6-7)

George Washington History
Known as the "Father of our Country," George Washington was born on February 22, 1732, and is one of our nation's founding fathers. He was a soldier and statesman. Born in Virginia, he commanded troops in the French and Indian War from 1754-1763 and then served as the Commander-in-Chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution from 1775-1783. He later became the first president of the United States. Married to Martha for forty years, he died in 1799, at the age of 67. At his funeral, Henry "Light-Horse Harry" Lee, said of George Washington, he was "First in war-first in peace-and first in the hearts of his countrymen." Our nation's capital, Washington D.C., is named in honor of him.

Literature Book Units
     George Washington and the General's Dog (Step Into Reading) (Grades 1-3)
     George Washington's Mother (Grades 1-3)
     A Picture Book of George Washington (Grades 2-4)
     George Washington's Socks (Grades 3-6)

Compare and Contrast
        George Traits: Compares two key Georges from the 18th century. (Grades 5-6)

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

            George Washington, First President of the United States (Grades 4-6)
            What Do You Know About George Washington? (Grades 4-6)

Finish the Story
     President's Day (Grade 3-4)
     F is for Flag (Grade 3-6)
     A President's Day Surprise (Grade 4-6)
     Flag Day (Grade 6-8)
     Presidents' Day Who Am I? (Grade 6-8)

What Would You Do?
     Veteran's Day Respect (Grade 4-8)

Reader's Theater Scripts and Plays
     The Classroom Mystery (Grades 2-4)
     The Hidden Pi (Grades 2-4)
     K.C.'s Dream (Grades 3-6)
     Question Mark Seeks Answers about Presidential Inaugurations (Grades 5-7)

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