December Resources: Updated Win the White House, The Game That Keeps on Giving

December 03, 2019

Keep students engaged ahead of winter break with these resources to help them better understand the ins and outs of the upcoming presidential election and how the judicial branch works.


WY Becomes First U.S. State to Give Women the Right to Vote — Dec. 10, 1869 

2020 will mark the 100th anniversary of the passing of the 19th Amendment, giving women the right to vote. Start celebrating early with our Voting Rights lesson plan that highlights the landmark changes.

Updated: Win the White House

Our blockbuster game, Win the White House, has been updated for the 2020 election. Explore new features such as updated issue areas for both political parties, ELL supports, and new teaching materials to deepen student understanding of how presidential campaigns work!

NEW Judicial Branch Unit Lessons

Court is now in session with new additions to our high school Judicial Branch Unit! Use these new lessons to help students learn how the court system really works, from the local level all the way to the Supreme Court.


It's a big year for civics and civics educators like you. Be sure to count on iCivics for your lesson planning to 2020. Each month throughout the school year we will send you a list of resources aligned to key civics topics and events. Each month's resources will be available and archived at www.icivics.org/election.