Presidential Election 2016 • The Presidential Election for Kids, the Electoral Process, and Election Day in kid-friendly (and teacher-friendly!) language • UPDATED w/ 10 ADD'L PAGES!  • Reading Passages, Map Skills, Graphic Organizers, Comprehension Checks, and more!

Presidential Election Day Unit (Includes Presidential Inauguration Day)

Presidential Election worksheets to help students better understand what is happening during an election.

The Presidential Election comes around once every 4 years. It's important for our students to know how a person can become the President of the United States, along with other information about our government and the Presidential candidates. Use these interactive notebook foldables to create a one-of-a-kind, election keepsake! Create a unique, election bulletin board with your completed lapbooks. Only at Mrs. D's Corner.

Election Interactive Lapbook {10 foldables!} Presidential Election

20 Books to read with your students during the US Presidential Elections or around President's Day. Election books for students to learn about the election process, our past Presidents, and so much more. Only at Mrs. D's Corner.

Book Recommendations for the Election

The Presidential Election will be here before we know it . Since this is a very important event for the United States that only happens every four years, it is important to discuss and educate even the littlest of learners. I always love combining social studies with literacy so I created an Election Day Emergent Reader. It is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students.

Election Day Emergent Reader

The Presidential Election will be here before we know it. Since this is an event that only happens every four years, it is so important to introduce the concept to even the littlest of learners. This can easily be done by having a mock election in the classroom. My students always loved when we did this on election day and it helps teach the importance of voting a young age.

Mock Election

The Presidential Election will be here before we know it. Since this is an event that only happens every four years, it is so important to introduce the concept to even the littlest of learners. This can easily be done by having a mock election in the cla

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 More

Educational infographic & Data With the build up to the Presidential Elections happening later this year, this . Image Description With the build up to t

Presidential elections unit that shows students how the electoral college works while making it relatable! Tons of activities to teach about elections!

It feels strange not getting a classroom organized this year, but I am excited for all of my teacher friends and hope everyone has a great school year!

Presidential Election: Mock Election Freebie

This packet contains everything you need to conduct a MOCK Election and teach students about the election process during the upcoming presidential election season. This packet contains materials for the 2016 Presidential Election.

Minneapolis women lining up to vote for the first time in a presidential election, 1920” (via MinnPost)

Minneapolis women lining up to vote for the first...

Minneapolis women lining up to vote for the first time in a presidential election, 1920 Women were opposed to slavery. That included their own enslavement.

Lesson plans and reproducibles for teaching the presidential election process, from nominations to inauguration! $

Presidential Election Unit Lesson Plans, Reading Passages, Worksheets, & More

Lesson plans for teaching the presidential election process, from nominations to inauguration! This would work for studying the process of elections from the past as well as getting the students actively involved in understanding the election process.

Mock election - teach your students about the presidential election process

Presidents Day & Election

On November 5, 1872, Susan B. Anthony voted in a presidential election—and was then arrested. Almost 50 years later, the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified, prohibiting states from denying women the right to vote.

On November Susan B. Anthony voted in a presidential election—and was then arrested. Almost 50 years later, the Nineteenth Amendment was ratified, prohibiting states from denying women the right to vote.

One year removed from Donald Trump's presidential election victory, many Democrats are still reeling from losing a contest they expected to win. The loss still leaves many on the left bereft of ideas on how to move forward politically. Yes, there's been general agreement among Democrats in Congress to resist the Trump agenda at all costs. But that isn't necessarily a way to win the next presidential election. The resist-Obama Republicans of 2009-12 found that out the hard way in t...

Vanity Fair faces backlash after mocking Hillary Clinton

It's a Candy Bar Election! - Across the Hall in 2nd Grade - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Election

It's Election Year!Teach your students about the election in a fun, easy to understand, engaging way.with candy bars!

The Presidential Election will be here before we know it . Since this is a very important event for the United States that only happens every four years, it is important to discuss and educate even the littlest of learners. I always love combining social studies with literacy so I created an Election Day Emergent Reader. It is perfect for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students.

Election Day Emergent Reader

Presidential Election Printables: Presidential Election Crossword Puzzle

Presidential Election Printables - Wordsearch, Crossword, and More

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