Also included in
- If you’re looking for ways to keep your students engaged as the year comes to a close I’ve put together a bundle of resources for you! These are tried and true activities that get even the most reluctant learners to participate. You can have friendly class competitions with the presidential eyes,$33.00$57.48Save $24.48
- This Election Bundle has two of my favorite resources to use with students when learning about the election process. They are both Google Drive resources that will help you during this time of Distance Learning.Each Resource Is Also Sold Separately:Understanding the Electoral CollegeVoting for A Pr$7.19$7.99Save $0.80
This is the most fun your students will have learning about the Electoral College! I have used the paper version of Electoral College activity in my classroom over and over throughout my 21 years in the classroom, and it has always been a hit; especially on an election year! You are provided with a fully-editable, and detailed, 46-slide presentation in Google Slides that explains how the Electoral College works and the potential flaws of the system. There is also a student note sheet, a message from the teacher, the activity, and a reflection sheet where students write a minimum 100-word explanation on whether or not the Electoral College is a good system or not for electing a president.
The activity is the best part! Since students are now part of distance learning they can challenge a family member at home or they can play remotely against a classmate.
If they have access to FaceTime they'll be able to play against a classmate remotely while seeing them and being able to talk to each other making it feel more like when they were together in the classroom.
The kids always have fun playing this at school and I think they'll enjoy just as much with distance learning. In the classroom I've never had a student NOT PLAY. Even my most reluctant learners have fun with it!
I hope you and your students have as much fun with this activity as my students and I have had over the years. A fun touch at the end is to take a photograph of the winners with the Presidential Seal along with the defeated (see preview). You could also put up a bulletin board titled "Future Presidents??" or "I Made it to 270 First!"
Here's a few other products you might like...
See ALL of my Word Walls!
For a GREAT classroom management tool check out one of my BEST-SELLERS!
Looking for a bell ringer activity to start class each day?
Connect with Surviving Social Studies...
Be sure to follow my TpT store by clicking on the ‘Follow Me’ next to my logo to receive notifications of new products and upcoming sales.
Follow me on Pinterest
Follow me on Instagram
Follow me on Facebook
Follow me on www.survivingsocialstudies.com
Thanks for stopping by!
Surviving Social Studies
Copyright ©Surviving Social Studies. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distributed or displayed digitally for public view. Failure to comply is a copyright infringement and a violation of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA). Clipart and elements found in this PDF are copyrighted and cannot be extracted and used outside of this file without permission or license. Intended for classroom and personal use ONLY.