Whether you’re a parent or an educator, our free resources provide enrichment activities and lessons to keep learning going at home. We suggest starting with our games. They’re an educational way to engage kids and provide structure in a home school setting.

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iCivics Games

Our online games provide a break from the headlines while keeping the learning going. Parents, we encourage you to explore our game guides (available on the game page when you sign up for a free educator account) for ideas on how to extend learning after game play is over.

Win the White House
Do I Have a Right?
Cast Your Vote
NewsFeed Defenders

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A More Perfect Union: When Civics Games Connect with ELA Writing Activities

Thursday, March 26, 2020
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