Bill of Rights Institute

Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids

Character Counts

Decisions Webquest

Developing Character: A Pillar at a Time
Government and Citizenship Site

Webquest: First Amendment Freedoms

Citizenship Scavenger Hunt Web Quest

U.S. Constitution Teaching Theme

Do You Want to be President? Webquest

Hear Ye, Hear Ye Webquest

Immigration Webquest

Indiana Clearinghouse for Citizenship and Character Education

Maine Eighth Grade Citizen Award Program

Maine Character Education Partnership Web Site

AskEric: Civic Lessons

National Council for the Social Studies: Creating Effective Citizens
Responsibilities of Citizens @ Ben's Guide to U.S. Government for Kids

Effective Communication and Citizen Involvement

This resource above is great. I found the Citizens' Guides and Orientation to Help Citizens Participate Effectively particularly useful as there are concrete case studies of what the effective approaches are for getting the word out to citizens. (Marc Osten 10/7/2009)

How Can We Help Children Learn to Be Responsible Citizens

LessonPlanPage: Rights and Responsibilities

Educating for Citizenship
The Democracy Project: Citizenship City

Educational World: Teaching Citizenship's Five Themes

Teacher's Guide for the Professional Cartoonist
Political Cartoons

ARTSEDGE: Drawing Political Cartoons


Political Cartoons in the Classroom

Using Political Cartoons in the Classroom

Education World: Use Editorial Cartoons to Teach About Elections Past and Present

Political and Editorial Cartoons in U.S. History

Today's Best Cartoons