iCivics has well-developed games and activities that offer kids a range of fun ways to learn about the U.S. government and legal system.
Kids can select a subject and game and get right into the action playing games that are both educational and entertaining. With each click, they make decisions based on civics concepts and advance in the games as they use and improve on what they know. Kids can add to their civics adventure by creating a free account, saving their game scores, and competing with friends.
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Argument Wars: try out your persuasive abilities by arguing a real Supreme Court case. The other lawyer is your competition. Whoever uses the strongest arguments wins!
Branches of Power: gives you the ability to introduce presidential agendas, write legislation, sign or veto bills, and even judge passed laws.
Cast Your Vote: discover what it takes to become an informed voter — from knowing where you stand on important issues to uncovering what you need to know about candidates.
iCivics engages students in meaningful civic learning. iCivics provides quality, non-partisan, and truly engaging civic education to more than 7.5 million students in all 50 states. For more information, click logo above.