Celebrate President's Day with our collection of patriotic crafts and recipes.
The first President of the United States, George Washington, famously loved cherries. What better way to celebrate his birthday than with a mouthwatering homemade cherry pie?
Whether it’s the Inaugural Parade, Presidents' Day, a 4th of July celebration or any other fun event you attend, this patriotic wand is perfect for showing your pride.
Have your child help you create these yummy edible replicas of America's national bird, the bald eagle.
These pretty popsicles in patriotic red and blue are a refreshing way to celebrate President's Day. Made with a colorful combination of gelatin and Kool-Aid, these frozen pops make a simple afternoon treat.
Celebrate Inauguration Day or Presidents' Day by creating your very own White House!
One of Abraham Lincoln's favorite dishes was chicken fricassee with biscuits. This deliciously similar recipe is sure to warm your family's tummies during a cozy President's Day celebration.
Create a mini presidential portrait from a one- or five-dollar bill.
Even desserts get patriotic this President's Day! Dress up a simple sheet cake in stars and stripes with satiny frosting and sweet berries for a patriotic salute that's never tasted so sweet.
When a new President is sworn in on Inauguration Day, he/she will stand at the presidential podium to give his/her speech. Make your own podium to celebrate Presidents' Day.
Kids can create a patriotic pal for President's Day! This fun project is great for little ones who will love putting on the oh-so-soft beard made of cotton balls.
Whip up a batch of this ooey gooey (and fun!) fondue to represent the melting pot that is America.
Rally the kiddie corps to help with these fun-to-prep bites.
This patriotic door decoration will show your presidential spirit. Display it proudly in a window or your front door for all your friends and family to see.
This President's Day, invite your kids to turn ice cream cones into edible, festive Uncle Sam top hats.
This classic American dish is another spin on Lincoln's favorite dish,
With these Patriotic Ribbon Bracelets, kiddos can celebrate President's Day by letting ribbon streamers whirl and twirl in the wind.
Comfort food + red, white, and blue = a President's Day to remember.
Now what's more American than apple pie?
Set up your own election by creating this fun ballot box. Let everyone vote on the topic at hand then do things the democratic way!
A quintessentially American dish, mac and cheese is always a winner on President's Day and any other day!
Patriotic Parade Stick
Craft Stick White House
Chicken and Biscuit Pie
In the Money
Paper Plate Uncle Sam
Crepe Paper Flag
Uncle Sam Ice Cream Cones
Grandma Lulay's Chicken and Dumplings
Patriotic Ribbon Bracelet
She's a Grand Old Lasagna
Farm Stand Apple Pie
Kids' First Mac and Cheese