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(Ages 8-12) What's All This Talk About Voting?

In this one time class, students will learn the basics about voting. They will use their critical thinking, and social skills as they listen and answer questions about voting. Students will practice voting will with an in class activity.
Rosanna Weaver, MSW
27 total reviews for this teacher
1 review for this class
Completed by 2 learners
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Class
25 minutes
per class
Meets once
8-12
year olds
1-6
learners per class
per learner

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Students will learn the basics about voting:
-who can vote?
-what it means to vote, 
-different ways to vote (in person or by mail), 
the steps to take before voting (register, think about what you want, stand in line, cast your ballot)
-why do people vote
-How many parties are there? (2 main parties)
Homework is optional. Students are encouraged practice voting to help make family decisions such as what's for dinner one night? (chicken nuggets or tacos). What movie to watch for family movie night? (a comedy or a suspense).  Each family member can write there vote or draw a picture of their vote and put it in a box or container. Fell free to share any picture of activities you do in the review section. 
-Draw a picture with a circle with the words "I Voted'' inside and post it in the review section.
I will check for understanding by asking questions during class time. 
25 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
No purchase is necessary. I suggest borrowing books from the library before you decide to buy anything. Here is a list of books about voting.
My Vote by Daniel Prosterman andMegan Bryant
Max for President by Jarrett J Krosoczka
If I Ran For President by Catherine Stier
Grace for President by Kelly DiPucchio
Lilian's Right to Vote: a celebration of the civil rights act of1965 Jonah Winter
Duck for President by Doreen Cronin
V is for Voting by Kate Farrell
Vote for Our Future by  Margaret McNamara 

Teacher

Rosanna Weaver, MSW
🇺🇸
Lives in the United States
Change Maker, Goal Getter, World Traveler, Visionary
27 total reviews
42 completed classes

About Me

    	Hello, My name is Teacher Rosanna. You can call me Teacher RoRo. I am the mother of a feisty, assertive four-year-old girl and an infant son. Over the past four years, I have planned and implemented several activities to enhance her learning... 
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