United States Government For Kids and Teens

Ben's Guide to the US Government for Kids

Features a wealth of information about the branches of government, how laws are made, the election process and government history. Has sections for grades K-2, 3-5, 6-8 and 9-12, with games and activities.

Celebrate the Constitution

Provides a quiz about the Bill of Rights and includes articles about Constitution Day.

CIA Kids

Explains to children what the Central Intelligence Agency does, providing information for two different age groups. Includes games and career information.

Congress for Kids

Presents educational resources, workshop information and contact details.

Constitution of The United States Overview

Reviews purpose, sections, powers, prosperity, peace, law, and airing grievances.

Crossroads-Choosing Liberty

Instructional program provides information in multimedia technology and oral directive. Includes curriculum details, guest posts and discussion forum.

Declaration of Independence of the United States of America

Contains article on the declaration, biography, children resources and contact details.

Democracy Project

Presents games and activities to help children understand the role of the government in their lives.

Federal Bureau of Investigation: Kids

FBI children's pages feature the history of the organization, details of how investigations work, games, quizzes and facts suitable for a wide range of ages.

iCivics

Features sixteen video games about citizenship, the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, budgeting, foreign policy, separation of powers, and the three branches of government.

Kids In The House

Offers information for grade, middle, and high school learners. Includes what Congress is, how laws are made, and around the capitol.

U.S. Department of State

Contains information on U.S. that includes news and events details, parents and educator information.

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