There are plenty of elections each year. Whether local, state or the entire country, you can probably find an election going on near you. While we’ve never been shy talking with our kids about who we vote for and why our children are now old enough to understand how voting works. The theme, Election Day, is a great way to introduce your kids to elections.
- 4 activity-filled placemats
- Pictures to color
- Words to trace
- Drawing activity
- Crossword puzzle
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34 total Coloring Pages
- Plain coloring pages for toddlers
- Preschool Letters for PreK-K
- Manuscript for 1st – 3rd grades
- Cursive for 3rd – 5th grades
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Election Day happens all year long. Whether locally, statewide or nationwide. Use these FREE Election Day Coloring Activities printables to introduce your kids to the election process.
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