Elections, Voting, and Facilitating Civic Discourse
Now is a great time to introduce students to the election process and their amazing right and responsibility to participate in democracy as they become adults. We've pulled together resources on the history of elections, voting, and even facilitating civil discourse in the classroom!
Political Parties and Ideology: Civics Curated Course
Political Parties and Ideology--help students explore the history, platforms, views, and spectrum of Democrats and Republicans. This collection includes media, lesson plans, and curricuum...all FREE!
High School Civics Course Curriculum – Curated by Curriki
It is critical for young people to get a solid understanding the core of democracy-exercising the civic duty to vote and share your voice. You can start emphasizing this responsibility to students through the resources we've pulled together in our new comprehensive High School Civics Collection! We've pulled the BEST FREE resources from TED-Ed, Khan Academy, Bill of Rights Institute, National Constitution Center, iCivics, Crash Course, Street Law, and the Library of Congress.
Inauguration and Protest
The inauguration and protests present an opportunity to examine the role of the presidency, including inaugurations, and that of protest in eliciting change.
Civics Game Advanced by Former Justice Is Classroom Hit
Students learn civics by playing a videogame from a group founded by retired Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O’Connor
Using a Presidential Election to Teach Civics
As a homeschooling mom, I want my children to love God, have a good work ethic, have healthy relationships with each other and with their dad and me, and be happy, responsible citizens. However, one
You Choose 2016 Teaches Kids About the Presidential Election Process
Free Technology for Teachers: You Choose 2016 Teaches Kids About the Presidential Election Process
The Election Collection | PBS LearningMedia
Voting and elections are an essential part of democracy. Keep up with with election news, study the history and process of presidential elections, explore voting rights, and engage in classroom debates with these videos, activities, and lesson plans. Use our interactive Electoral Decoder to explore electoral college results from previous elections, and predict the outcome of the upcoming election. We will continue to add resources to this collection through the 2020 presidental election…
Planning a U.S. Election Unit Study
Sooooo there's this election happening. I'm sure you've heard about it. Do you remember how, when you were in elementary school, you'd study the election? And how you would talk about the candidates and their respective political parties and cast your vote? And it was fun? Well, when we started homeschooling I figured we would do some version of that, here at home. Plus, we live in a swing state and have prime access to all candidates. I could have very easily taken my kids to see each and…
Elections for Kids: Presidential Primary 2016
kids voting booth presidential primary. Kids election activities, voting ballots. Kids vote for presidential candidates.
Learn About The Government & Election Process For FREE! - How To Homeschool For FREE
Teach your kids how our country works with these FREE resources on government and the election process!
The Sweetest Thing
FREE Election Day Mini Lesson Social Studies - History, Government, Life Skills Kindergarten, 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th Activities, Minilessons, Cooperative Learning...t includes: a voter registration card, voting ballot, and an activity sheet to support the mini lesson.
Presidential Election 2020 | Presidential Election Process DIGITAL & PRINTABLE
Presidential Elections Interactive Notebook, Bulletin Board, and Mini UnitYour students will enjoy learning about the Presidential Elections of the United States with this interactive packet. The hands-on approach to learning through the components of this resource will surely help your students learn and understand all about the Road to the White House.The packet has 5 components:Interactive Notebook Foldables: Flaps and information boxes for showing the Road to the White House. 4-7 $