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.
Branches of Government AND The Presidential Election Process Bundle
Understanding our Three Branches of Government and the Presidential Election Process can sometimes be tough for students. This bundled resource comes with over 200 pages, perfect for helping you capture students' interest as you study the Executive Branch, the Legislative Branch and the Judicial Branch of our government along with Voting, the 2016 Presidential Candidates and the Presidential Election Process. #tied2teaching
Where do the 2016 presidential candidates stand on the issues that are important to you? Here is a comparison chart of what each candidate believes so that you can decide who to vote for November 2016 in the presidential election.
It’s amazing how quickly a tired cliché of American punditry—“Jeb Bush, the smart brother, really should have been the president”—has given way to a new one: “Remember when people said Jeb Bush was the smart brother who really should have been the president?” Running one of the wor...
From all of the possible Presidential Candidates for 2016, I believe Trey Gowdy is the one that has the most passion for the preservation of this great Nation. Watch Trey Gowdy CRUSH Obama IRS Commissioner!