Citizenship in a civic community is characterized by active participation in public affairs. Being interested in public issues and prepared to be involved in debates and common activities are important signs of civic virtue.


  • Civics in Kindergarten

    Kindergarten is quite possibly the first time a student enters the school system. It is in this formative year that a child first learns to trust in the safety of the classroom, learns about the importance of community, and about being part of a group that is outside the family. It is only after this, that “rules” can be made and followed, and consequences can be understood.

  • Click, Clack, Moo, Cows that Type

    After reading the book, Click, Clack, Moo, Cows that Type, students will be able to use at least one example from the book to participate in a class discussion before completely filling out the worksheets, “The Farm Community,” and “Community/ Authority.”

I enjoyed the content-oriented approach. Having such an engaging speaker was awesome.
- Teacher, 2015
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