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Friday, October 19, 2018

Election Math Activities

Are you ready for the November Elections? 

Do you want to incorporate the Elections into Math and Social Studies? 

Are you ready for this year's elections? The Elections held in November will be important for the United States. These Election NO PREP Math Activities are great for a Math or Social Studies class with your students! This packet teaches students about elections in the United States, how to count electoral votes, and applications of elections math facts.


*7 different Engaging Math & Science Activities

*NO PREP, Print & GO Activities! (Only materials needed: Red and Blue colored crayons or markers, paper clips, and a pencil).

*FUN & rigorous activities centered on math and social studies elementary math curriculum


*Topics covered: Operations with Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, and Division, United States Map, Pictographs, and Graphing on a Coordinate Plane.

Activities Included:
-Election Math {2 versions with answer key}
-Class Election {2 versions}
-Electoral College {with answer key}
-Election Equations {2 versions with answer key}
-Spin & Vote! {2 versions with answer key}
-Find the Ballot Box & Voting Booth {game, graphing on coordinate plane}
-Number Puzzle {with answer key}

Engage your students in Elections activities this year. Make memories for students by holding a classroom election. You can vote for a new food in the cafeteria (as in the packet), vote for a class pet, vote for a class president, or let your students be creative about what they want to vote for! Learning about how Social Studies and Math are integrated to make our democracy is important. Have fun this election season with math. 

Happy Teaching!