U.S. Elections

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Our lessons, printables, and activities on the U.S. electoral process provide great teaching ideas for fall, especially during an election year. Explore election requirements for the federal government with your students. You'll also find great ways for students to get involved in local politics, like holding classroom debates or writing letters to representatives. Units on civil rights and women's history will benefit from resources on the American suffrage movement.

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    Women's History Videos & Activities

    Learn about the history of women's rights and the Nineteenth Amendment through these educational vid... read more

    Paul Ryan Biography

    Learn more about Paul Ryan, the Wisconsin Congressman who was Mitt Romney's running mate for the 201... read more

    Bad Kitty for President: Word Scramble!

    Review election vocabulary with this word scramble activity. After unscrambling each word, discuss i... read more

    U.S. Elections and Voting Quiz (Level II)

    How much do you know about U.S. elections and voting? Test their knowledge with this advanced quiz, ... read more

    Declare Yourself Teacher's Guide

    After reading the collection of nonpartisan essays in Declare Yourself, use this guide to plan a Dec... read more

    Australia's Migration Patterns

    Students will use a chart detailing Australia's migration trends from 1990–2009 to analyze data... read more

    The Gandhi Family

    The Gandhi family of India has formed a political dynasty. Pupils learn about the Gandhi family and ... read more

    Voting in Canada

    Do your students know what the chief electoral officer does? In this activity about voting in Canada... read more

    Reading Guide for My Dad, John McCain

    Discuss John McCain's time in the U.S. Navy and as a POW with the questions in this reading guide fo... read more

    Mock Election Ideas for the Classroom

    Help your students understand the process of electing officials and the power of the vote by holding... read more

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