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Abraham Lincoln - 3rd Grade Reading Comprehension Pack

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: 3 - 5

Celebrate Presidents' Day and discover the accomplishments of Abraham Lincoln with a printable reading comprehension activity pack for 3rd grade and up.

Blend Presidents’ Day Activities & 3rd Grade Reading Comprehension

Get ready to download the perfect resource for teaching students about one of America’s most iconic presidents! This comprehensive set includes engaging reading passages and worksheets designed specifically for 3rd-grade students and beyond.

The reading passages are written at a level that is easy for students to understand and provide a detailed look at Lincoln’s life, accomplishments, and legacy. The worksheets are designed to reinforce key concepts and provide opportunities for students to demonstrate their understanding of the material through activities such as fill-in-the-blank, matching, and short answer questions.

The worksheets included in this download are

  • Abraham Lincoln Reading Passage

  • Abraham Lincoln’s Accomplishments Graphic Organizer

  • Fun Facts about Abraham Lincoln Flip Flop Fact Book

  • Abraham Lincoln Comprehension Question Worksheet

  • Abraham Lincoln Cloze Passage

  • Abraham Lincoln’s Character Traits Worksheet

  • Abraham Lincoln – Fact or Opinion Worksheet

  • Abraham Lincoln Word Search

  • Abraham Lincoln’s Writing Prompt and Paper

This set is an excellent way to help students learn about Abraham Lincoln and the impact he had on America’s history, and it is perfect for use in the classroom on Presidents’ Day.

Standards-Aligned Presidents’ Day Teaching Resources

It’s also aligned with common core standards and provides a great way to supplement your existing curriculum.

This set of teaching materials is designed to make learning about Abraham Lincoln easy and engaging for 3rd-grade students and will help them understand the significance of his role in American history. It’s perfect for use in the classroom on Presidents’ Day and throughout the school year.


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