Free Election Studies Weekly Sample – Get Out and Vote!

The Every Kid Votes! election materials feature games, videos and other fun activities to teach your students the importance of voting. Here’s a free sample of our interactive lessons. Want to see more free lessons and resources? Register your students to vote in the mock election at www.everykidvotes.org! Click here for a free PDF download.

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Free Lesson Assessment

The Every Kid Votes! election materials feature assessments, games, videos and other activities to teach your students about voting. Here’s a free sample assessment from our curriculum. For more free materials and to have your students vote in the mock election on November 1, click “Register Free Online!” in the top navigation bar. Click here for a…

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Free Election Studies Weekly Lesson

Your students are invited to participate in Every Kid Votes!, the largest student mock presidential election in history! Here’s a free sample lesson of Election Studies Weekly to print and use in your classroom. Click here for the PDF version. These materials include 10 lessons about civic responsibility, lesson plans, videos, related media, quizzes, games and more! Want to see more?…

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Presidential Children

Children of United States presidents have a unique life in many ways. What if your parent was president of the country? How might your life be more exciting? How might it be more difficult? Imagine getting to explore the inside of the White House because you live there. Imagine flying on Air Force One, the…

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Leadership

What does it mean to be a leader? Being a leader means having confidence and believing in yourself. Being a leader also means having confidence in others and believing in them. A leader knows how to encourage himself and everyone else to do their best. A good leader says “I can do it,” but a great leader says…

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Voter Requirements

To vote in a general or presidential election in the United States, only three basic things are required: Be a U.S. citizen Meet your state’s residency requirements Be at least 18-years-old These three things are the core requirements for voting. As long as you meet them, you’ll then be able to register to vote. However,…

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The Electoral College–And How U.S. Presidents Really Get Elected

It’s one of the strangest features of the U.S. political system—and one of the most difficult to understand. Every four years, Americans cast their ballots for a presidential and a vice presidential candidate. And yet they don’t technically “elect” the winners of the highest offices in the land. That is done by something called the…

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