Civics & Government Activities

Help your young citizen learn a little more about his rights and duties with these activities all about civics and government. He'll learn the different parts of important historical documents and the importance of being an informed member of society. We have everything from activities that promote patriotism to clever ways to help your kid get to know the constitution. Browse our selection of civics and government activities and find a few that will pique your kid's interest.

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Write to a deployed soldier to help your child practice reading, writing, and get a better understanding of what it means to serve our country.
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Test your middle schooler's knowledge of Barack Obama by challenging him to complete a crossword puzzle about the President after reading a short biography.
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Would you sign the Mayflower Compact? Read it and see!
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Spark your child's interest in current events by encouraging her to write a letter to the president in this middle to high school activity.
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Here's a fun activity that will allow your child to express himself by making a flag of his own design, then writing an accompanying story.
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Learn the Preamble to the Constitution this President's Day by playing the Preamble (Un)Scramble, an energetic memory game that's fun for the whole family.
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Here's how teens can produce an audio guide of an exhibit, field trip, or ballgame, confess their thoughts in an audio diary or record a letter to a friend.
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Learn about the Bill of Rights this President's Day by playing a Pictionary-inspired drawing game. Players draw a right as others try to guess what it is.
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Let your child find her place among the politicians, the flyers, the debates and the countless television ads with a slogan and poster of her very own.
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As your fifth grader brainstorms and creates a plan for peace, he will give his creativity and fine motor skills a boost!
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Here's a simple activity to reinforce your fourth grader's study of her home state and help her make a pretty keepsake.
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Kids are acutely aware of what's "fair" and what's not. Here's a quirky way to teach your first grader the importance of voting and democracy.
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Conduct a mock interview with the President to teach your child about politics, the president and the world she lives in.

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