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Democratic candidate John F. Kennedy holds 2-year-old daughter Caroline on Election Day, 1960.

Democratic candidate John F. Kennedy holds 2-year-old daughter Caroline on Election Day, 1960.

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…

TeacherSherpa is an amazingly simple tool for teachers to create and share classroom materials.

Jon Stewart - Employed, Smart, Sarcastic, Funny, and not bad to look at ... one could ask for more, but that would be quite greedy.

TV Talk: Jon Stewart bleeds, Laurence Fishburne leaves 'CSI,' Josh Duhamel returns to 'All My Children'

Election activities for kids are a great way to build a child's vocabulary about the process. Play Election Vocabulary Bingo to work on learning about polls, ballots, landslides, and more. The kids will be able to talk about the next president in a scholarly way.

Election Bingo for Kids

Election activities for kids - a great way to build a child's vocabulary about the process. Play Election Vocabulary Bingo to work on learning about polls, ballots, landslides, and more. The kids will be able to talk about the next president in a schola

The S&P BSE Sensex is trading at 23,197 up 221 points, while NSE Nifty is trading at 7,042 up 72 points. The BSE Mid-cap Index is trading up 0.43% at 9,585, whereas BSE Small-cap Index is trading down 0.25% at 9,574.

The S&P BSE Sensex is trading at up 200 points, while NSE Nifty is trading at up 63 points. The BSE Mid-cap Index is trading up at whereas BSE Small-cap Index is trading up at

Bobby Kennedy via 'for emma, forever ago'

Presidential Candidate John F. Kennedy Makes Last Minute Notes in at Democratic National Convention Photographie par Hank Walker sur AllPosters.

5 ways Bernie Sanders is gaining ground as the primaries begin.   Hillary is beginning to realize she could well lose the nomination

5 ways Bernie Sanders is gaining ground as the primaries begin

Bernie Sanders’ critics misfire: The Vermont senator’s gun record is better than it looks

Collusion between the Clinton Campaign and the DNC allowed Hillary Clinton to buy the loyalty of 33 state Democratic parties last summer. Montana was one of those states. It sold itself for $64,100…

The goals are crystal clear; to disconnect the price-setting mechanism from the Brent oil benchmark and, crucially, to move away from the petrodollar

5 Ways to Make Money Outside the Stock Market

Wall Street set to rise after Macron wins in France

Wall Street set to rise after Macron wins in France | Reuters

Wall Street set to rise after Macron wins in France

Wall Street set to rise after Macron wins in France | Reuters

Larry Lessig: potential Democrat candidate. Photograph: Bryan Sutter/ Demotix/Corbis - Demotix/Corbis

Larry Lessig: potential Democrat candidate. Photograph: Bryan Sutter/ Demotix/Corbis - Demotix/Corbis

"By every benchmark, Sanders is ahead of where Barack Obama was as a candidate in ’07, a comparison Devine delights in making."

Sanders’ Strategist: This Is How We Win

Afghan presidential candidate Abdulla Abdulla (C) waves to a crowd of supporters as he arrives for political rally in Dashtak, Afghanistan on March 31, 2014. Afghanistan will vote on Saturday to choose a successor to President Hamid Karzai and to decide the make-up of 34 provincial councils in elections seen as a benchmark of progress since the Taliban were ousted from power in 2001. WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/Getty Images

Afghan presidential candidate Abdulla Abdulla (C) waves to a crowd of supporters as he arrives for political rally in Dashtak, Afghanistan on March 31, 2014. Afghanistan will vote on Saturday to choose a successor to President Hamid Karzai and to decide the make-up of 34 provincial councils in elections seen as a benchmark of progress since the Taliban were ousted from power in 2001. WAKIL KOHSAR/AFP/Getty Images

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