US Elections - Lap Book Kit

Consumable. A hands-on activity to learn about the U.S. Election process.

Ages 8 and up.


Consumable. A hands-on activity to learn about the U.S. Election process.

Ages 8 and up.

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Have you ever wondered how to become the President of the United States or how to vote? It starts with understanding the election process!

The US Elections - Lap Book Kit is a hands-on activity to help your student (Ages 8+) understand the election process in America. A great supplement for any US History and/or Government course.

The artwork and templates were drawn by the talented Amy Pak, who also drew the Timeline Figures in BookShark's programs. 

The kit includes instructions and materials for 21 projects, covering topics such as Electoral College, political parties, the three branches of government, and more! The interactive papercrafts incorporate creative writing, illustration, and research, resulting in a finished product your child will be proud of. 

Supplies We Provide: You Provide:
Printed Materials for All Projects Stapler
Lap Book Instruction Booklet Staples
Lap book Base (File Folder) Clear Tape
1 Sheets of Dura-Lar Colored Pencils
1 Piece of Red Felt Needle or Push-pin
1 Liquid Glue Scissors
1 Glue Sticks Craft Knife (optional)
Gold Glitter Pencil
1 Roll of Double-Sided Sticky Tape
6 Paper Fastener
2 Pieces of Velcro

Projects Include:

1. Definition of "Election"
2. Different Forms of Government
3. The American Experiment
4. The Three Branches of Government
5. Suffrage
6. Who Do We Vote For?
7. Terms of Office
8. Political Parties
9. Caucuses & Primaries
10. National Conventions
11. Platform
12. Stump Speaking
13. Media
14. Campaign Advertising
15. Raising Money
16. Statistics
17. Election Day
18. The Electoral College
19. Inauguration Day
20. The Electoral Race!
21. The "Vocabinet"

Consumable. Purchase one kit for each child completing a lap book.

The decision to homeschool our daughter, Alexa, was an easy one. Choosing a curriculum that worked well with her goals and schedule was a little more difficult.

Jenna Henning