Election-Themed Crafts for Kids

No matter who your candidate is – we can all agree it’s been a crazy election cycle this year. But despite the news, encouraging children to learn about voting and how our government works is an exciting topic to tackle. If your child is hoping to get into the “voting” spirit next week, take a look at this week’s roundup for a few kid-friendly election crafts projects your family can try together.

Presidents’ Day Favorites

The Lemonade Stand pulled together her favorite resources for Presidents’ Day activities at school, but many of the ideas are perfect for Election Day. A favorite? A patriotic voter badge.

Printable Voting Ballots for Kids

Voting doesn’t always have to be about top offices. Take a cue from Studio DIY and vote for what’s on the dinner table tonight with these printable ballots.

Election Day Crafts: Ballot Box and Voter Registration Cards

If you’re going to be casting your vote, you’ll need somewhere to put it. Coupons Are Great shows off this idea for making an easy, DIY ballot box.

Popsicle Stick Flags

Once the voting is done it’s time to celebrate. Show off your voter pride by making one of these cute popsicle stick American flags from A Pumpkin and a Princess.

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