Election Day - Presidential Election 2016 - Election Activities - Election Unit
Elections - Voting: Presidential Election Reading Passages & PrintablesThis Elections resource includes 22 pages of printables to engage your students while learning about the presidential election process and Election Day. Youll find these printables to be thoughtfully designed, easy to use, thorough, and engaging for kids!
Give students the opportunity to learn more about the 2016 Presidential Election, the candidates, and more through an exploration of the Scholastic and Time For Kids Election pages. Students can simply scan the included QR codes to go straight to the webpages. There is also a printable included in this pack for students to reflect and write about what they learned. If you'd like to make this activity easier or more challenging for your students, you can make changes on the TeacherSherpa…
With the build up to the Presidential Elections happening later this year, this infographic template uncovers what it takes to hold the position of the most powerful leader in the world. This template is best used to visualize a process or step-by-step guide for any topic. | Create your #infographic at piktochart.com
How to Teach About the Presidential Election - HoJo's Teaching
Are you wondering how to teach about the presidential election in your classroom this year? Trust me, you're not alone! That's why these educators came up with their thoughts on how you can best teach about the candidates - that may mean avoiding the conversation altogether, teaching strictly about the election process, or having a full-blown conversation. It's really up to your, but this post will give you plenty of food for thought across grades K-12!