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Presidential Election 2016 - Election Activities and Online Voting Ballot

The presidential election will soon be here. I've provided resources and activities for studying the election process. Students can even vote online using Google forms. $

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. NOTE: This packet has been updated to include additional ballots and graphic organizers that include other party or write-in candidates.

Give students the opportunity to learn more about the 2016 Presidential Election, the candidates, and more through an exploration of the Scholastic and Time For Kids Election pages. Students can simply scan the included QR codes to go straight to the webpages. There is also a printable included in this pack for students to reflect and write about what they learned. If you'd like to make this activity easier or more challenging for your students, you can make changes on the TeacherSherpa…

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Trump VS Clinton - Presidential Election 2016 - Comparing and Contrast

Compare and contrast two 2016 presidential candidates: Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump. This pack includes paired passages that compare and contrast each candidate and includes organizers (venn diagrams and t-charts) as well as worksheets (trading cards, persuasive writing planning sheet, final copy paper) that you can PRINT & GO!!!

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2016 Presidential Election Unit, Biographies, Issues, More

2016 Presidential Election Unit Everything you need to teach this year's election to your students. This is an unusual year and students will be talking and discussing this election. This unit will provide all of the background they need on the candidates, their stances on the issues, and the presidential election process itself. No prep! Print and teach!$

Freebie Friday!!! This set contains pages that can be used as a bulletin board, an in class vote (box and ballots), vocabulary cards, easy-reader booklet, and 3 research GO charts for the candidates (Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.)It's simple for you, and gets to the point of the election's purpose.Enjoy!**Note: while this is set for 1st-4th grades, the reading level of the booklet falls around 2nd grade.

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Election Day - Presidential Election 2016 - Election Activities - Election Unit

Elections - Voting: Presidential Election Reading Passages & PrintablesThis Elections resource includes 22 pages of printables to engage your students while learning about the presidential election process and Election Day. Youll find these printables to be thoughtfully designed, easy to use, thorough, and engaging for kids!

Cheers to the 2016 Presidential Election, also known as: The world's worst game of Would You Rather?

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Election Interactive Lapbook {10 foldables!} Presidential 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.