America Votes: How Our President Is Elected

America Votes How Our President Is Elected Kids shouldn t have to wait until they re old enough to vote to get caught up in the excitement of presidential elections From the first primaries through the party conventions to the final count at

  • Title: America Votes: How Our President Is Elected
  • Author: Linda Granfield
  • ISBN: 9781553379898
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • Kids shouldn t have to wait until they re old enough to vote to get caught up in the excitement of presidential elections From the first primaries, through the party conventions, to the final count at the polls, the race for the presidency is a whirlwind of passionate speeches, sensational campaigns and new beginnings that every American can be a part of

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    One thought on “America Votes: How Our President Is Elected”

    1. 1. Personal reaction- I really enjoyed this book because it provided the overall process of how a president gets elected in just 60 pages. Growing up, we would spend weeks in the classroom going over the process of a president being elected. At times it went slow and would get boring. But this book provided the basics of how a president gets elected in a simple way that didn’t require much time to learn. I also enjoyed the engaging pictures throughout the book and the bold titles on each page [...]

    2. Personal Reaction - I like this book very much because I believe the right to vote is the most important right that we have in this society. As I began to learn the world history as well as my country's history, I realized that the right to vote was not given to all people. Many people fought to get the right and because of their efforts and dedications, all people can vote now. Especially, women could barely have the right to vote. Thus, while reading this book, I thought that I would read this [...]

    3. I thought that this was an extremely informative book that students could use for social studies research or a teacher could use as a read aloud during class elections or election time. The book had fun colorful pictures on every page, highlighted important people, had the history of voting, and important terms (absentee ballot, electoral college, campaigning). This book could be a great book to stretch across an entire social studies unit because it has so much information. It is definitely not [...]

    4. I felt this was a very useful book for Social Studies. This would be the perfect book to read during elections. It's a great breakdown and helps the students understand. It is very kid friendly and does a good in explaining the the process of predidential elections.

    5. good resource for an essay on voting that my daughter got it shows how, why and when we earned the right to vote, and how our political system works and the history of changes that made it open to more people. also describes the political parties

    6. Of all the election books I used this year in my classroom, I liked this one the best. It's kid friendly but also has a lot of pertinent information for kids and adults alike. I'll be pulling it out again in 2012 ;o)

    7. This book does a good job of explaining the history and process of presidential elections in America. It's written for kids and tries hard to appeal. Quite comprehensive.

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