Paper Plate Abraham Lincoln

President’s Day Craft Presidents’ Day is a federal holiday on the third Monday in February in the United States. Years ago I bought a “Paper Plate People” by Frank Schaffer Publications to learn how to make a paper plate Abraham Lincoln with my young elementary school-aged Nanny Kids for President’s Day. Abraham Lincoln is one […]

Do You Have President’s Day Off as a Paid Holiday?

President’s Day Activities Abraham Lincoln was born on February 12th in 1809. President’s Day, which is celebrated on the 3rd Monday in February, honors Lincoln and Washington. We recommend nannies and au pairs try share some of the following activities with their young charges in honor of Abraham Lincoln’s birthday. George Washington is infamous for telling […]

Children’s Books for President’s Day

Weekly Trip to the Library for Nannies and Au Pairs Monday February 21, 2011 is President’s Day in America. Books can help children of all ages better understand the President’s role in our country. Here are two of our favorite. If I Were President by Catherine Stier and Dyanne Disalvo-Ryan This charming picture book gives […]

President’s Day

The Story of the Cherry Tree and Cherry Thumbprint CookiesPresident’s Day is celebrated on the third Monday of February to honor two of our greatest presidents, Abraham Lincoln and George Washington. Today is a great day to remind children of the story of George Washington and the cherry tree. After telling children the story be […]