Abraham Lincoln Facts – Color and Copywork

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Abraham Lincoln is the president we all remember for his help in freeing slaves and his assassination.

That is just the tip of the iceburg when it comes to the beloved president.

Today I want to share with you a brand new color and copywork pack that focuses on facts on Abraham Lincoln.

It is important that we teach our children all about the way our nation was shaped.  When we take the time to explain and teach about the great men and women who got us to where we are, we lay a foundation of respect for this nation.

I wanted to take the time out of the loudness of the recent election and our new president.  This lent a good time to teach my children about the presidents of our past.

We are moving on to our 16th president: Abraham Lincoln

This color and copywork pack is perfect for all ages.  It includes handwriting practice, coloring, and fact learning.  It is a winning combination that is sure to occupy your children for a long while.

In this pack you will find:

  • 10 Quick facts about Abraham Lincoln
  • Full color copywork with manuscript lines
  • Lined copywork in full color
  • Black and white illustrated copywork with manuscript lines
  • Lined copywork with black and white illustrations
  • Coloring page of Abraham Lincoln

This pack is for:

This pack is perfect for children in 1st grade and up.  The manuscript lines work as guides for your younger learners while the regular lines are perfect for those who have better spacial judgement.

Get yours now!

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Stephanie is a thirty-something, homeschooling mom of two, that married her best friend in 2003. She is the owner and founder of The Multi Taskin’ Mom, Homeschooling on Accident, and Homeschool Printables for Free. Her passion for helping homeschooling moms turned her writing hobby into a full-time job. Since 2013, she has devoted her free time to creating homeschool helps, printables, and a character curriculum: My Character Matters.

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