The Democracy Project

At our house we are pretty much burnt out on the political ads that have been swamping the TV. They are so prevalent that Eva has been able to quote them and seems to have made her decision on who to vote for in many of the races. She asks Allison about the ads and the people in them and she is curious. I suspect that many of your children are curious as well. PBS KIDS has created the Democracy Project to help you talk to your kids about the Presidential Election and is a great resource that you can use to start a discussion with your kids. Here’s the info.

The Democracy Project:

PBS KIDS has redesigned The Democracy Project to provide fun, interactive election-themed activities for early-elementary age kids to learn about the candidates, and the election process, online, offline and on tablets. The Democracy Project includes campaign posters, presidential trade cards and:

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