Election time is exciting … and preschoolers on up can participate in some of the excitement. This would be a great week for a United States election unit study, or you could just add an election book, activity, or mini unit this week to make the interest around a presidential or other election into a learning experience.
There aren’t a lot of Montessori-inspired election units available online. There are a number of Montessori-inspired activities you can do, though, and there are some awesome unit studies on my Pinterest board that would work very well in a Montessori-inspired unit. Following are some Montessori-inspired election activities and my Kids’ Government Activities Pinterest board.
Montessori-Inspired Election Activities
Montessori-Inspired President’s Day Activities (my roundup post
United States Presidential Election Unit Study for PreK and K-10 from American Montessori Consulting
Montessori students vote to invest in Wild Root Market from The Journal Times
“Montessori School Students Vote in Mock Elections” – YouTube video
Kids’ Government Activities Pinterest Board
I have a Kids’ Government Activities Pinterest Board with some amazing election activities and unit studies for a number of ages.
I’d love to hear about any election activities you’re doing at home or school! 🙂
(Stock Photo/Illustration at the top of the post by Lorelyn Medina.)
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