SALT LAKE CITY--()--“I Voted” stickers will be proudly worn by children a week before the nation votes thanks to a nationwide mock election event.
“I Voted“ sticker and their schools receive educational packets for additional learning.”
Millions of elementary school students all around the country will get to cast their “vote” for the next U.S. president through the Every Kid Votes event.
Every Kid Votes, a nationwide mock election program for elementary school students, will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 30, at thousands of participating schools, after a week-long absentee voting period. The real-time results will be available online at www.studiesweekly.com/vote.
During the last Every Kid Votes event in 2008, over 6 million students voted, which accurately predicted the next president.
“If students ‘vote‘ every four years as part of their education, they’ll be more likely to vote as adults,” said Ed Rickers, president of Studies Weekly, sponsor of the Every Kid Votes event.
Each child receives an “I Voted“ sticker and their schools receive educational packets for additional learning.
“This is a great opportunity for participating schools to teach and practice informed voting—the most basic and essential act of citizenry,” Rickers said.
If you’d like to find out which schools in your area are participating in this nationwide mock election or to have more information about the event, contact Terry Burden, 801-835-8297, email@example.com.
About Studies Weekly Publications by American Legacy Publishing
Studies Weekly publications are elementary textbooks in magazine format. They are carefully aligned with the Common Core State Standards for English Language Art (ELA) and Math. Studies Weekly publications specialize in social studies and science curriculum for grades K-6 in all 50 states, and have been adopted by many state departments of education, with contracts for both social studies and science instruction. Studies Weekly publishes 93 unique classroom periodicals, more than Weekly Reader, Scholastic News, Time For Kids and Highlights Magazine combined. For more information and free samples, visit http://www.studiesweekly.com or call 866-311-8734.