Election and Voting Books for Kids
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After reading books about voting, my kids all have a much better understanding of the election process. When they see campaign signs beside the road or hear things about election results, they know a little bit more about the process from books like these.
The election season is usually a confusing time for everyone, so help your kids understand what the process should be like. Don’t forget–kids of all ages benefit from a good picture book!
In addition to the books below, check out these posts for more ideas to teach your kids about elections and voting:
- Teaching Kids About Elections
- 2 Important Ways to Prepare Your Teens to Vote
- Make a Ballot Box to Teach About Voting
- Abraham Lincoln Books for Kids
- George Washington Books for Kids
- The Buck Stops Here
- So You Want to Be President?
- Ghosts of the White House
Freebie: Presidents Activity Pack Printable
Click here or on the image below for our free printable activity pack! This activity pack is perfect for celebrating Washington’s Birthday, Lincoln’s Birthday, and President’s Day. It includes library checklists for books about Abraham Lincoln and George Washington, Fact vs. Opinion activity, Venn Diagram activity, copywork, and notebook pages. (Elementary, Middle)
Our favorite kids’ books about elections and voting
- Duck for President (New York Times Best Illustrated Children’s Books (Awards))
- One Vote, Two Votes, I Vote, You Vote (Cat in the Hat’s Learning Library)
- Snoopy for President! (Peanuts)
- Clifford for President (Clifford the Big Red Dog) (Big Red Reader Series)
- So You Want to Be President?: The Revised and Updated Edition
- Amelia Bedelia’s First Vote
- The Day Gogo Went to Vote
- If You Lived When Women Won Their Rights
- Elizabeth Leads the Way: Elizabeth Cady Stanton and the Right to Vote
- You Want Women to Vote, Lizzie Stanton?
- See How They Run: Campaign Dreams, Election Schemes, and the Race to the White House
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Amazing, FREE Bible Resource: The Bible Project from Brandi Raae
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