Civics

Educational resources for civics and government lessons.
23 Pins10.95k Followers
Election and voting idea from http://mrswilliamsonskinders.blogspot.com/search/label/election%20day

Grade This is also a great way to teach the election process. The class could create a ballot box and elect other students for class roles. I like how this teacher also integrated reading in government with the use of election books.

Could You Be President? Election worksheet for Grades 5-8 http://www.teachervision.fen.com/presidents/printable/46037.html

Could you be president? Election worksheet for grades from Teacher Vision

In this writing exercise, kids practice writing a presidential campaign speech. http://www.teachervision.fen.com/writing-composition/graphic-organizers/71783.html (Grades 2-5) #writing

Bad Kitty for President: Write a Campaign Speech Creative Writing Graphic Organizer (Grades 2 -

A Teacher's Guide for Vote!, the children's book by Eileen Christelow http://www.teachervision.fen.com/nonfiction/printable/56006.html (Grades 3-5) #kidlit #elections

Extend and enhance students' enjoyment of the book Vote! with the activities in this printable teacher's guide. This packet includes discussion questions about the electoral process in the United States (including the presidential election), a word

Elections resources from the National Archives #Election2012

Election Central: Voting Resources The definitive website for information about the Electoral College and how it works for finding electoral votes by state beginning with the election of George Washington.

After reading Margaret Chase Smith by Lynn Plourde, use the research ideas, discussion questions, and activities in this guide to teach your class about U.S. political parties, presidential debates, political campaigns, and voting. http://www.teachervision.fen.com/elections/printable/56828.html (Grades 3-7)

Engage students in government by holding a mock election in your classroom! After reading Margaret Chase Smith, use the research ideas, discussion questions, and activities in this guide to teach your class about U.

Twelve Interactive Activities for Learning About Elections | Edutopia

Twelve Interactive Activities for Learning About Elections

Check out these ideas for teaching English Language Learners about the #election. http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/09/27/ideas-for-english-language-learners-election-2012/  #ESL #ELL #election2012

Ideas for English Language Learners

Check out these ideas for teaching English Language Learners about the election

Project Idea: Have Students Create Video Ads for Historical Presidential Elections http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/2012/10/08/reader-idea-students-create-video-ads-for-historical-presidential-elections/

Reader Idea

Project Idea: Have Students Create Video Ads for Historical Presidential Elections

Use these materials to teach your class about about the wage gap, the history of pay inequity, and the Equal Pay Act in the United States. (Grades 3-12) Perfect for Women's History Month and civics lessons!

The Wage Gap: A History of Pay Inequity and the Equal Pay Act

Use these materials to teach your class about about the wage gap, the history of pay inequity, and the Equal Pay Act in the United States. (Grades Perfect for Women's History Month and civics lessons!

Talking about current events in the classroom can be tricky, but the right approach will help students expand their worldview and consider new perspectives.

Facilitating Productive Class Discussions About Current Events

Talking about current events in the classroom can be tricky, but the right approach will help students expand their worldview and consider new perspectives.

Pinterest
Search