Barack Obama Worksheets and Coloring Pages

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Barack Hussein Obama II (born August 4, 1961) became the 44th President of the United States on January 20, 2009. He was the first African American to hold the office of President. At 47 years of age at the time of his inauguration, he was also one of the youngest American presidents in history.

President Obama served two terms, from 2009-2017. Though he only served two terms, Obama has taken the oath of office four times! During his first inauguration, the oath had to be repeated due to an error in the wording. 

The second time, the president was officially sworn in on Sunday, January 20, 2013, as required by the U.S. Constitution. The oath was repeated the following day for the inaugural festivities. 

He grew up in Hawaii and his mother was from Kansas. His father was Kenyan. After his parents divorced, Barack's mother remarried and the family moved to Indonesia where they lived for several years.

On October 3, 1992, Barack Obama married Michelle Robinson and together they have two daughters, Malia and Sasha.

Barack Obama graduated Columbia University in 1983 and Harvard Law School in 1991. He was elected to the Illinois State Senate in 1996. He served in this role until 2004 when he was elected to the United States Senate.

In 2009, President Obama became one of three U.S. Presidents to win the Nobel Peace Prize. He was also named Time Magazine's Person of the Year in both 2009 and 2012.

One of his most notable achievements as president was signing the Affordable Care Act into law. This took place on March 23, 2010.

The former president enjoys sports and likes to play basketball. He has also authored several books and is reported to be a fan of the Harry Potter series. 

 Learn more about President Barack Obama and have fun completing these free printables related to his presidency.

Barack Obama Vocabulary Study Sheet

Barack Obama Vocabulary Study Sheet
Barack Obama Vocabulary Study Sheet. Beverly Hernandez

Students can begin to learn about President Barack Obama with this vocabulary study sheet by reading each of the terms related to the president and its corresponding description.

Barack Obama Vocabulary Worksheet

Barack Obama Vocabulary Worksheet
Barack Obama Vocabulary Worksheet. Beverly Hernandez

After spending some time on the study sheet, students can review with this vocabulary worksheet. They should match each term from the word bank to its correct definition.

Barack Obama Wordsearch

Barack Obama Wordsearch
Barack Obama Wordsearch. Beverly Hernandez

Print the pdf: Barack Obama Word Search

Students will enjoy continuing to learn about Barack Obama with this fun word search puzzle. Each word bank term associated with the president and his administration can be found among the jumbled letters in the puzzle.

Barack Obama Crossword Puzzle

Barack Obama Crossword Puzzle
Barack Obama Crossword Puzzle. Beverly Hernandez

Use this crossword puzzle as a stress-free review to see how much your students remember about what they've learned about President Barack Obama. Each clue describes something related to the president or his presidency. 

Students may want to refer to their completed vocabulary worksheet if they have difficulty completing the crossword puzzle.

Barack Obama Challenge Worksheet

Barack Obama Challenge Worksheet
Barack Obama Challenge Worksheet. Beverly Hernandez

Use this challenge worksheet as a simple quiz or to allow students to test their own knowledge and see which facts they may need to review. Each description is followed by four multiple choice options.

Barack Obama Alphabet Activity

Barack Obama Alphabet Activity
Barack Obama Alphabet Activity. Beverly Hernandez

Young students can review their knowledge of President Obama and practice their alphabetizing skills at the same time. Students should place each term related to the former president in correct alphabetical order on the blank lines provided.

First Lady Michelle Obama Crossword Puzzle

Michelle Obama Crossword Puzzle
Michelle Obama Crossword Puzzle. Beverly Hernandez

The wife of the president is referred to as the First Lady. Michelle Obama was First Lady during her husband's administration. 

Read the following facts, then use this crossword puzzle to learn more about Mrs. Obama.

Michelle LaVaughn Robinson Obama was born on January 17, 1964, in Chicago, Illinois. As First Lady, Michelle Obama launched the Let's Move! campaign to fight childhood obesity. Her other work includes supporting military families, promoting arts education, and promoting healthy eating and healthy living across the country.

Updated by Kris Bales