iCivics: Civic Games

These games are the vision of retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and are designed to encourage students to become actively involved in our democracy.  Concerned that students are not getting tools to make civic participation an engaging subject, Judge O'Connor
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These games are the vision of retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor and are designed to encourage students to become actively involved in our democracy. Concerned that students are not getting tools to make civic participation an engaging subject, Judge O'Connor has provided excellent information on the branches of government, voting, being president, constitutional law, Supreme Court and other civic topics in a game form. Games can be played alone or with a group. Corresponding Lesson Plans for teachers are also available.

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