Teaching About President Donald Trump (Free Printables)

President Donald Trump is the 45th president of the United States and is a member of the Republican Party.  As president, he is the head of the U.S. government.  He won the presidential election on November 8, 2016.  His inauguration ceremony was January 20, 2017 in Washington, D.C., and that is when he assumed office and moved into the White House.

President Trump is married to Melania Trump.  She became the First Lady of the United States when he assumed office.  The First Lady is what you call the wife of the president.

President Trump was born in 1946 in Queens, New York.  He is 70 years old and is the oldest person to become president.   Melania Trump was born in 1970 in Slovenia which was a part of Yugoslavia.  She became a United States citizen in 2006.  A citizen is a person who legally belongs to a country.  She is the second First Lady to be born in a foreign country.

CHILDREN’S BOOKS ABOUT PRESIDENT TRUMP AVAILABLE ON AMAZON:

Donald Trump America’s 45th President

The Amazing Story of Donald Trump

Who is Donald J Trump An Introduction to the 45th US President

45 Presidents and US Government – Rock ‘n Learn (New – Audio CD)

FREE PRINTABLES FOR LOWER ELEMENTARY:

President Donald Trump Story

Vocabulary Words for President Trump Story

Fill in the Blank: President Donald Trump

President Donald Trump Word Search

President Donald Trump Word Search – Answer Key

President Trump Crossword Puzzle

President Trump Crossword Puzzle – Answer Key

Wordle Website

Wordle is a fun website to create what’s called “word clouds.”  It’s free, and a great tool for students to use which can reinforce vocabulary words, be used to make graphics for projects, etc.  You can check the Wordle Gallery on their website for more examples.

The principal at my school presented it at one of our teacher’s meetings.  She had it set up where each teacher voted for their favorite one-word topic from a given list made by the principal on Wordle.  All the votes went into the making of the “Wordle.”  The words which received more votes automatically were in a larger font.  If a word only received one vote then it was displayed in the smallest font.  It was a good visual to display which words received more votes and which ones received less votes.  You can use your imagination and use Wordle all sorts of ways to make learning fun!