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Introduction What is Citizenship? Attitudes & Actions Responsible Citizenship Communicating Keeping Freedom What Do You Think?

 
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What is Citizenship? Attitudes and Actions Responsible Citizenship Communicating Keeping Freedom What Do You Think?

 
Introduction to Citizenship

This section of Congress for Kids is about citizenship. You'll learn about citizenship, responsible citizenship, attitudes and actions that lead to responsible citizenship, communicating in communities, working to keep your freedom, and even share your opinion about certain citizens.

We'll begin by explaining some of the basic features of citizenship. Then you will complete a series of activities in which you are the only person on earth!

Are you ready?  Your learning adventure is about to begin.  Make sure you complete the first activity in each section.  It’s called Word Play.  And it will show you new words, definitions, and much more to help you on your journey. 

Make sure you read the directions provided in the green box found on each page before you complete a Word Play activity or related Worksheet. Okay, let's begin...

Learn About Citizenship




*Citizenship section select ideas derived from Citizenship, Learning to Live as Responsible Citizens, published by Good Apple, Inc.

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