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Elementary Civics and Government Activities

Read a few ideas for civics and government activities. There are free lessons and activities as well as other fun hands-on, engaging ideas.

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Chrissy Blais
These are great examples of how kids can have fun learning about the Declaration of Independence from primary sources! Use these resources to create fun lessons, activities and projects for your kids! #5thGrade #MiddleSchool #CivilWar 7th Grade Classroom, Assignment Ideas, 7th Grade Social Studies, Teaching Us History, Social Studies Notebook, 6th Grade Social Studies, American History Lessons, World History Lessons, 5th Grade Social Studies

5 Awesome Declaration of Independence Primary Sources

These are great examples of how kids can have fun learning about the Declaration of Independence from primary sources! Use these resources to create fun lessons, activities and projects for your kids! #5thGrade #MiddleSchool #CivilWar

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The Clever Teacher
Add some hands on interest to your civics, world or U.S. history lesson with gummy bears. Find a FREE download on how to use them for a Types of Government activity your high school students will love. Use them for illustrations, review, or any other creative way. It’s the perfect, fun way to keep your 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade classroom or home school students engaged and interested in history or social studies.{ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth graders, freebie} Civics Classroom, Types Of Government, High School History Classroom, History Classroom Decorations, American History Classroom, Teaching Government, 7th Grade Social Studies, High School Project, High School Social Studies

Confessions of a Teacher Who Lets Her Students Play with Food

Add some hands on interest to your civics, world or U.S. history lesson with gummy bears. Find a FREE download on how to use them for a Types of Government activity your high school students will love. Use them for illustrations, review, or any other creative way. It’s the perfect, fun way to keep your 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade classroom or home school students engaged and interested in history or social studies.{ninth, tenth, eleventh, twelfth graders, freebie}

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History Gal
4 Activities for Exploring Democratic Decision Making in the Classroom. A blog post with 4 learning activities for teaching civics and citizenship in the classroom Classroom Data Wall, Teacher Core, Teacher Career, Classroom Planning, School Improvement, Classroom Strategies, Vocabulary Lessons, Social Studies Elementary, Instructional Coaching

4 Activities for Exploring Democratic Decision Making in the Classroom — Galarious Goods

Democratic decision making is one of the early concepts students come across as they learn about civics and citizenship. It’s an important concept - one which is used in government and community organisations and even to make playground decisions - so here’s some different and fun ways you can bring

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Galarious Goods
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American Government High school Activities

An overview of the units included in the Students of History Civics and American Government curriculum. Includes lesson plans for every day of the year.

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Erin Rankin
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Elections in the Classroom - 7 Tips for Real Learning with Minimum Controversy — Galarious Goods

Learning about real life elections in the classroom sounds a lot like a disaster waiting to happen - especially in heightened political situations. However, there are definitely ways we can talk about political situations in the classroom so our students are informed and we don't attract controversy

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Lisa Thrailkill