The following list of websites contain materials to help teachers as they incorporate civics into their teaching practice. If you are looking for how these resources hit certain civic content and inquiry skills, check out our pages organized by content and skill!
C3Teachers Provides a searchable database of inquiries that focuses curriculum around Questions, Tasks, and Sources in the Inquiry Design Model (IDM).
Discovering Justice Provides free lesson plan resources that have students examine the workings of the justice system, and explore ways to promote social justice.
Kid Citizen Provides interactive lesson resources that focus on exploring civics concepts through primary sources that contextualizes civics to students’ daily lives.
iCivics Provides a wide range of fully-packaged lesson plans, and civics-based games, for educators to access/supplement their civics curriculum.
PBS LearningMedia Provides interactive lessons and classroom-friendly video clips aligned with specific civics topics.
Facing History and Ourselves Provides resources address to help teachers unpack racism, antisemitism, and prejudice at pivotal moments in history; focuses on students connecting choices made in the past to those they will confront in their own lives.
Generation Citizen Provides resources (and opportunities) for students’ to directly engage with civic institutions in their community to exercise their civic power/voice.
Town Hall Project Provides a resource for easily seeing opportunities for students to engage in civics-based community events.