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Teaching Citizenship in Kindergarten. Great lesson for the beginning of the year to teach about cooperation and doing our best.

Teaching Citizenship in Kindergarten. Great lesson for the beginning of the year to teach about cooperation and doing our best. I would use thsi as a way to start the year off right and remind students what we need to do to be a good citizen.

5 Big-Hearted books about Citizenship - with discussion questions - teach kids to be patriotic by teaching them what it means to be a good citizen

A Growing List of Picture Books to Teach Citizenship

5 Big-Hearted books about Citizenship. plus discussion questions to start a kid-friendly conversation about being a good citizen

Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities

Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities

Rights, Rules, and Responsibilities vocabulary cards can help students remember the differences between the terms. I do not think I would teach it off of a worksheet or flash cards, but I think these terms are important to know.

Teaching Citizenship the first few weeks of school!

Being a Good Citizen in My Community

An example of how teaching about being a good citizen can be incorporated with literacy. This bundle includes a number of writing scaffolds. - I am a good citizen at home because. - WANTED poster. Description of a good citizen.

Citizenship Anchor Chart for Kindergarten and First Grade

9 Must Make Anchor Charts for Social Studies

Citizenship Anchor Chart for Kindergarten and First Grade. This is another anchor chart that can help kids to have a visual of what good citizenship is.

Any teacher will tell you the school year runs through cycles, much like seasons in a year.  Each year might bring new adventures, but ol...

Any teacher will tell you the school year runs through cycles, much like seasons in a year. Each year might bring new adventures, but ol.

Ideas for teaching citizenship plus FREE printables

Citizenship

Great handout to use when reading articles--includes comprehension questions & rubric to grade strategies used. Ideas for teaching citizenship plus FREE printables

These activities help develop K-6 students' understanding of good character and the five citizenship themes---honesty, compassion, respect, responsibility and courage.

Teaching Good Citizenship's Five Themes: Activities from the editors of Weekly Reader can help develop students' understanding of the five good citizenship themes---honesty, compassion, respect, responsibility, and courage.

teaching citizenship lesson plans

Unit on being a citizen. The first lesson goes over terms & definitions, the second one is the importance of being involved in the democracy, and the last two lessons are how to be an effective citizen and performing citizen actions