Not nearly as many Americans are as excited about President Barack Obama’s second term swearing-in ceremony, The Christian Post reported on Wednesday, Jan. 9, but there is some excitement.
Frugal families can find many free online resources to help them learn more about Presidential Inaugurations. All you need to do to provide lots of Inauguration Day learning and activities is spend a few dollars on a black ink cartridge, some paper for the printer and maybe a dollar or two to make copies if you do not want to use up all your printer ink.
Inauguration Day generally falls on Jan. 20 each year, but because Jan. 20, 2013 falls on a Sunday, President Barack Obama will be sworn for his second term on Monday, Jan. 21, which also happens to be Martin Luther King Day.
For more information about President Obama’s swearing-in ceremony check out the Wednesday, Jan. 8 Washingtonian Blog post "The Secret Service's Dos and Don’ts for Inauguration Day". "The Secret Service Dos and Don’ts” contains a specific security plan for the inaugural activities spanning Sunday, Jan. 20 and Monday Jan. 21, 2013.
Free Inauguration Day facts, activities, worksheets and learning opportunities:
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- Learn about every United States President from Washington to Obama
Before you print out the free Inauguration Day-themed free printables and teaching tools, make sure your printer is in good working order and that the ink cartridge is not empty or nearly empty. If you have access to a copy machine, it may be less expensive to make one copy of each free Inauguration Day-themed page and then make copies for a few pennies each, rather than use all the ink for your printer.
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