List of Learning Resources – Web usage and Classroom projects
Search content and activities by grade level, subject area, and content type (for example, interactive lesson or video).
NOTE: PBS LearningMedia permits teachers to create accounts for their students so that they can access educational content.
Learn about the U.S Constitution & amendments, Declaration of Independence, the Articles of Confederation, the Supreme Court, and more, via quizzes, fact pages, and book excerpts.
Learn about civics, play online civics games, pass new laws! Run for president.
Interactive website for students to learn about civics via games as well as lesson plans for teachers.
C-Span Classroom provides free video-based materials for social studies teachers, including videos on current events in government, historical events, and video clips related to the Constitution.
Annenberg Classroom offers resources including videos, games, and lesson plans categorized by topics (like the Constitution, Separation of Powers, etc.) It also features “Best Civics Sites for Teachers.’
Youth Leadership Initiative
YLI offers free educational resources designed to assist civics teachers, and encourage students to participate in the political process. Students can vote in mock elections and participate in an online legislative simulation. Teachers can access lesson plans.