Monday, November 9, 2020

Election Studies & Resources for Children

This election year has been quite a doozy--and even while this years election has not been officially finalized there is still so much we are learning everyday about the process and history of them in the past. 

I want our children to grow up valuing the freedoms of this country and to love this dear country of ours! I was raised to do that and hope to help our children to do it as well. I wanted to share a few resources if you were teaching your children about the election process that might be of help to you!

Pinterest has many great printables, here are a few of interest:

Presidential Election Cards

Mock Election Printable Pack

Teach The Electoral College Vote

Election Crafts for Kids

Free Election Day Unit Study & Printables

Easy Election Activities for Kids

If I Were President Printable Notebook

I saw online in a Facebook group I was in that a mom had set up a table with red, white, and blue balloons and a ballot box for her kids to vote with ballots mentioned above on Pinterest. She had done a great job and I would love to do this next time election day comes around. 

Here are a few books that you might enjoy:

The Little Book of Presidential Elections

I Voted: Make a Choice Makes a Difference

The Little Book of Presidential Elections

Curious George Votes

One Vote, Two Votes, I Vote, You Vote

Elections and Voting for Kids

You can find more HERE.

I hope these are a blessing to you!

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