Election Day Resources for 2020

Major civic events, like an election, can be useful ways to integrate not just lessons on citizenship, but also a broad array of social studies, math, and even science topics. Elections are a great way to explore maps, charts, graphs, and other statistics skills. 

Besides that, presidential elections are always subjects of intense discussion, and this year is no different. Students are likely curious about the candidates, how the election is intended to work, and what the outcomes of a presidential election can be. Educators looking to incorporate the 2020 elections (and some free digital resources) into their classrooms need look no further. 

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