A wonderful way for your future voter to express his freedom and flex his writing skills is by penning a letter to a leader.
Does your first grader know the difference between a post office and an ice cream stand?
Teach your kids about the U.S. government with a lesson on the Constitution.
Has your child memorized the Pledge of Allegiance? Help her learn the words with this fill-in-the-blank worksheet.
Your fifth grader can see how well he knows the ten amendments by matching the amendments with their descriptions. He'll have all ten memorized in no time!
Election season is here, and what better way to introduce your future voter to politics than by learning about the federal government?
Put your child in command of her vocabulary with this presidentially-themed spelling test especially for 4th graders.
Help your child learn about this important part of U.S. history and understand the rights he has as a citizen with this social studies worksheet.
What's the difference between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party? Use your super researching skills to discover where each political party stands.