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Carole Clark

Ages of Presidents

Grades: 3rd Grade, 4th Grade, 2nd Grade
Subjects: Math, Social Studies

Student Instructions

How old were these men when they first entered the Oval Office in the White House? Well, George Washington didn't get to work in the Oval Office. It wasn't built yet. However, we know our 1st and 16th president because we celebrate Presidents' Day using these two men's pictures a lot. Just how old were they when they were president? Theodore Roosevelt is known as the youngest man to be president. Joe Biden is known as the oldest man to be president. 1. add Student Response-- You will need to subtract the year they became president from the year they were born. REMEMBER, if you are stacking and subtracting using the standard method, you will need to be sure the bigger number is on top. 2. label or drawing Show your work. Try to show your work for at least two presidents. Add a page if you know how and need more room. 3. Write each president's age above their picture. Be sure to label the number using Years Old, or y/o. 4. check Submit when you have finished. NOTE: The teacher example is out of date, but the student template has been updated.