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Abraham Lincoln's Accomplishments: Lesson for Kids

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When did Abraham Lincoln become president?

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1. What war occurred during Lincoln's presidency?

2. What did the Emancipation Proclamation do?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

This quiz/worksheet is designed to help you see how well you know important facts about Abraham Lincoln and what he did as president. After taking this quiz, you'll have a better idea of what you understand as well as what you might want to review.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

This quiz on things that Lincoln did includes questions on:

  • When Lincoln became president
  • What war happened while he was president
  • Who became free through one of his famous acts
  • Why many think that Lincoln was one of our greatest presidents

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure that you've remembered important information about Lincoln's presidency
  • Distinguishing differences - prove that you can tell the difference between events that did and did not happen while he was president
  • Information recall - remember about someone being freed because of Lincoln

Additional Learning

If you're curious to learn more about Lincoln, you can read the related lesson called Abraham Lincoln's Accomplishments: Lesson for Kids. This lesson can help you with the following learning goals:

  • Know when the act was signed that gave a group of people freedom
  • Learn about the impact of the National Banking Act of 1863
  • Find out what was said during the Gettysburg Address
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