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This clipart bundle is perfect for jazzing up your resources, newsletters, labels etc with some patriotic colors. Best of all- it's free! Perfect for President's Day, Memorial Day, Fourth of July, Election Day, Flag Day etc! Enjoy! Check out my store for other Patriotic Clipart sets, free pencils clips and more! Creative Clips Digital Clipart is created by Krista Wallden. All free and paid graphics may be used for personal and commercial use. No additional licenses are required, however, ple
For success choose the best! Cookie, that is! Introduce your young students to the voting process by conducting a fun classroom election. The Cookie Elections packet includes detailed lesson plans for the components of an election cycle, including primary elections, candidate debates, campaign advertisements, registering to vote, and determining the winner. Classroom photographs, a voter roster, registration cards, and sample ballots are provided.
This packet contains everything you need to conduct a MOCK Presidential Election and teach students about the election process during the upcoming presidential election season. This packet contains materials for the 2020 Presidential Election. This Packet Includes: Instructions to hold a Mock Election in your class or schoolCampaign Posters for Joe Biden and Donald TrumpBlank Campaign Posters for other Party or Independent Candidates Voter Registration CardsVoter Registration ListVoting Ballots“
Duck for President Election, Reading & Writing Activities FREEBIE This Includes: Common Core Reading Aligned Worksheets - 5 pages Election Voting Forms - 2 pages Writing Pages - 14 pages Duck versus Farmer Brown Anchor Chart (to fill out with class) - 1 pg or 6 page poster What a President Does Anchor Chart (to fill out with class) - 1 pg or 6 page poster election activities | duck for president | voting | voting worksheets | election worksheets | ballot | ballot voting | student vot
This set contains pages that can be used as a bulletin board, an in class vote (box and ballots), vocabulary cards, easy-reader booklet, and 3 research GO charts for the candidates (Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.) It's simple for you, and gets to the point of the election's purpose. Enjoy! **Note: while this is set for 1st-4th grades, the reading level of the booklet falls around 2nd grade.
These are flip flaps for your students' S.S. interactive notebooks. They glue the flap and write the definition or give examples underneath it. The flaps are for the three branches of the three levels of Government. They include: Title for Local Government Mayor Council Judge Title for State Government Governor Legislature Judges/Court Title for National Government President Congress Supreme Court I've also included flaps for the definition of taxes and government service. Enjoy! -Amna-
Enjoy these few activities for the story Grace for President!
This emergent reader helps teach students about the upcoming Presidential Election! It introduces the candidates and voting! In color and blackline!
Have some fun with the election this year! This 11 page freebie will allow your students to think about and write what it would be like to be president, learn about the 2 main parties, compare/contrast candidates, and participate in a mock class election.
This activity is the perfect addition to your Election Day lessons! I had my students vote on Oreo flavor, but the ballots in this pack are editable so you are able to add your own options!Included:-Voting booth sign-Vote signs with arrows-4 different editable ballots- I voted stickers (print on sticker paper or full sheet labels)See other Election Day Activities here!Election Day
1st - 5th
Get out the Vote! After your students vote, let them show their pride and show others they have practiced completing their civil duties by wearing an "I Voted" sticker. Open the PDF file and print onto regular mailing labels... Avery 5160, 5161, Universal 80202 (1inch tall x 2 5/8 inches wide)
Wanting to bring a little election fun to your elementary classroom without getting too political? Use this freebie along with Rooted in Reading: Grace For President to get your students excited about voting! All you will need are some cookies and you are all set! Find our Grace for President unit here: GRACE FOR PRESIDENT Check out all rooted in reading units below: THE BUNDLEROOTED IN READING AUGUSTROOTED IN READING SEPTEMBERROOTED IN READING OCTOBERROOTED IN READING NOVEMBERROOTED IN RE
2nd - 3rd
Voting is an important right we have, and I believe in teaching students from a young age how important it is. On Election Day, we have our own classroom election. Included in this freebie are a voter registration form, registration cards, posters to make your own campaign posters, and official ballots where your students can vote for their favorite book characters. 3 different ballots are included. There are also "stickers" to print off and give to your students after they vote. Students c
K - 5th
This election vocabulary packet is developed to target expressive and receptive use of election vocabulary terms. This set is 9 pages in length. It focuses on 14 election and government vocabulary words.Students use the 'Electionary' (such a cute term! borrowed it from Time or Kids). Go over the new terms with the students. Use drawing, modeling and acting to make the terms more concrete. In the first game, receptive comprehension of the vocabulary is targeted. Each game card has a sentence wit
Community is a vital part of any primary classroom. As the year progresses leadership also becomes a vital part of the classroom discussion and environment. This unit helps students understand the character traits of a leader. It also teaches the many important responsibilities leaders in their school, community and country have.
A Common-Core based activity for helping students get engaged with the presidential campaign while learning to analyze persuasive arguments and identify logical fallacies or misleading propaganda.During the election this year, the students in my "Language of Propaganda" class are studying misleading propaganda strategies in political ads. They are creating videos that analyze specific ads and then publishing them on the internet. I’m very excited about the project, and I wanted to extend it beyo
This free set includes ballots to vote on a class snack (popcorn vs. chips) and a worksheet to tally your class data and determine a winner.
Please enjoy this free election day voting ballot activity!
#kindnessnation #weholdthesetruths ON THIS INAUGURATION DAY Teaching students about their civic duties, rights, and responsibilities early on is an important lesson. Students will learn about their rights and responsibilities in their country, state, city, school, and home. Foster a love of country and duty to serve, protect, and vote in your students. This flipbook HAS a FREE coordinating POWERPOINT, and there is a DIGITAL FORM AVAILABLE HERE make learning about these rights and responsibiliti
Teach your students interesting facts about our nations Liberty Bell while completing an engaging students in a craft! They will have so much fun that they might just forget they are learning :) This product includes a supply list, templates, written out steps with pictures, and examples. All you need to do is gather supplies and make a few copies! *Could be used to supplement a Presidents' Day or Election activity* Enjoy!
After introducing voting and elections in prior lessons, use this idea to show your students how a Presidential election works. Have the students fill out their voting ballot and cast their vote for the best tasting cookie.Once all votes are in, fill out the results sheet and let the students eat the winning cookie only. After all, in a real election, there is only one winner. :o) Please follow my store if you like this product! Rachael Chance
FREE! President Election Day Resources. This resource is intended for you, the classroom teacher, to teach about the Presidential Election in a non-biased way.Included in the resource is:Tips & Guidelines to help with discussionsAn editable Microsoft Word parent letter to send homeClick HERE for our Presidential Election Bundled Activity!If you would like a comprehensive election unit that includes the following activities, click above:Qualifications in order to be presidentRoles and respons
Updated for the 2020 electionDo you want to review the election process with your students but don't think you have the time? Do you want to find a way to get your students to read and review without the normal fuss of being board?This Color By number activity contains a 1 1/2 page original reading about the "Road to the White House" a 10 question review, a color by number activity and a constructed response!Color by Number is a new line of products being developed and I am looking for your fe
Are you looking for a resource to use to teach your young students about the election process in America? This mini-book is just the right thing for you! I created this six-page book to help my students understand the importance of the election process and how it works in America. There are six simple pages with fill-in the blanks that you can model for your students. After reading this book, your students will be able to participate in a discussion about voting procedures, why it is a bless

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