These free lessons and activities provide a wide range of approaches to teaching about Martin Luther King Jr.
These free Constitution Day lessons and activities will inspire students to understand, question, and debate the most important issues of our day.
This iCivics lesson plan is designed to provide educators with ideas on incorporating the tool into their instruction
Addressing the Russian invasion of Ukraine is an opportunity for learning and discussion on a number of topics.
With the next election just around the corner, now is the time to explore these top election teaching resources from respected, non-partisan sources.
In regard to the Capitol riot, focusing on facts from reliable sources and experiencing historic moments can be teachable moments
Providing access to a primary source that has been digitized can help transform learning for students
When teaching about local elections, an experiential approach can be effective in giving students firsthand perspectives
In Cast Your Vote, one of the many games in the iCivics collection, students vote in local elections in their town of Isley.
Win the White House is an iCivics game available on the web and as an iOS or Android app that places students in control of a run for the U.S. presidency.
Digital Civics Toolkit is a free, teacher-facing website with lesson plans for exploring and fostering modern civic engagement and participation.
What’s the bacon of social studies? That one thing that is so delicious that you need to integrate it into your classroom?
Newseum's website offers digital extension activities and resources providing ample background on journalism, civics, and historical events.