Play the Election is a free, collaborative, online tool that teaches students about the 2012 Election and the election process through a series of games, resources and competition. Students predict the election winners for each state on an interactive election map, and compare their predictions to their class and the country to see where they rank. The program also includes eleven digital mini-games that delve deeper into influential and battleground states, like California and Texas, and Ohio and Florida. Play the Election includes thirteen lesson plans that support core concepts to grades 7-12, crafted by expert teachers specializing in government and civics - and all aligned to the core curriculum and state standards.
PenPal News is partnering middle and high school classrooms from Red States and Blue States across the U.S. to discuss important election-year issues. Our 6-week exchange program will run throughout the school year. Sign up to get your students started.
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