Educators Election Resources

Students will role play the election process and will work with a small group to create a one-minute campaign commercial.

Grades: 
3-4

Students will identify elected leaders and will understand that some national, state, and community leaders are elected officials.

Grades: 
K-4

Students will research and identify their national, state, and local elected officials.

Grades: 
5-8

Students explore how Wisconsin’s state, tribal and local governments impact the lives of citizens and the cooperation it takes to do the will and work of the people of Wisconsin.

Grades: 
6-12

Watch students expressing their rights and fulfilling their responsibilities as citizens of their classrooms, schools, communities, state, tribes, and nation.

Grades: 
3-12

Investigate the process and history of elections while staying up to date on the latest news in the 2016 Presidential Election.

Grades: 
3-12

Track the candidates on the campaign trail throughout 2016 with this interactive map from PBS.

Grades: 
K-12

Help your students learn about the election process including the Electoral College, caucuses, primaries, conventions and more.

Grades: 
6-12

Engage students through a process of student-led discussions designed to foster meaningful and civil conversations with people who think differently.

Grades: 
6-12