iCivics

iCivics offers the nation’s most comprehensive, standards-aligned civics curriculum resources available for your classroom, including video games, lesson plans, literacy tools, and webquests - all available for free! 

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2017
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
We’ve heard a lot about the role the Founding Fathers played in the early United States, but what role did our Founding Mothers play? This mini-...
iCivics
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2016
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This mini-lesson looks at "The First American", Benjamin Franklin. He is the only Founding Father that signed all three major documents that founded...
iCivics
Updated: 
2016
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This mini-lesson looks at George Mason's role in the founding of the U.S. Even though he never served as a president and refused to sign the...
iCivics
Updated: 
2016
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This mini-lesson looks at the variety of roles that George Washington played in America's early years. From commanding the Continental Army, to...
iCivics
Updated: 
2016
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
Thomas Jefferson was the third president of the United States, but he played many political roles throughout our nation’s history. His political life...
iCivics
Updated: 
2016
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
This mini-lesson digs into the 41 year political career of James Madison. Considered the author of the U.S. Constitution, Madison was a prime...
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Updated: 
2016
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  • Social Studies
  • MS, HS
As a new country, the United States experienced a lot of growing pains. This mini-lesson highlights some of the citizen rebellions that occurred in...
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Updated: 
2016
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  • Social Studies
  • Middle School
Ever wanted to be President for a day? In Executive Command, you can be President for four years! Try to accomplish what you set out to accomplish...
iCivics
Updated: 
2016
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  • Social Studies
  • Middle School
In Court Quest, people from around the country need your help to navigate our court system. Listen carefully to each case, so you can guide them to...
  • Social Studies
  • Middle School
Students learn that the rights in the Bill of Rights have no exact definition and are open to interpretation (by the Supreme Court, of course)...