This PDF file includes 30 voter registration cards. It includes places for the students to write their names, birthdays, school, teacher, and signature. Students also have a big box to draw their picture in. Use this for a mock election, for a bulletin board, or for whatever you'd like. Enjoy!
Review the U.S. government, monuments, and holidays with a card game. Comes with 36 original images (18 without words to mix up the game) and 18 fact cards.
1. The Statue of Liberty: Located in New York, NY symbol of freedom
2. Ellis Island: Located in New York Harbor, the first Federal immigratio
This voting unit covers all the important factors of being an educated voter! By using Dr. Seuss' Thing 1 and Thing 2, students can create their own candidates, fill out Voter Registration Cards, and vote using ballots!
Implementing real political candidates in the classroom can be tricky in multi
This is review game I created for a 6th grade Social Studies Inclusion class. (It is geared to elementary students, however, you can also use it on the Secondary level - depending on your students' skills - as well.)
This review game is meant to reinforce students' understanding of key vocabulary a
I used these for each of my classes for the first day of school. I cut them out, glued them onto a note card, wrote their names on them, placed a piece of candy and at the end of the first class, had them write their birthday on the back. The students like it (Even at the high school level!)