U.S. presidential election 2016/17 easily explained (explainity® explainer video) Electing a US President in Plain English. Becoming President: How Votes Are Counted. Video Description: Learn about the electoral college and why the number 270 is so important.
Video Transcript: When people cast their vote, they are actually voting for a group of people called electors. Scholastic News Election 2016. Electoral College. 2016 Presidential Election Interactive Map. Government Information for Kids, Parents and Teachers. Becoming President: Primaries and Caucuses.
Untitled. How does the US presidential election work and which swing states will determine whether Donald Trump or Hillary Clinton will win? Congress for Kids: [Elections]: The Electoral Map. The Electoral Map A nominee needs a majority of the electoral votes to win the presidency.
You'll notice, on election night, that the TV commentators keep track of the states each nominee wins. They add up the number of electoral votes that each state win represents. The race is over as soon as one of the nominees gets one more than half, or 270, of the total of electoral votes. Electoral College and Electoral Vote Calculator. Teaching November - Kids Discover. This November, mark your calendars with these historical anniversaries and national holidays!
Prepare your students for Election day, teach them about America During Lincoln’s Time, and help them learn about JFK’s legacy with our timely topics. And as always, you can follow us on Facebook and Twitter for daily updates on new units and #FreeTopics. Have a great month! November – Native American Heritage Month Teach kids about the Hunters and Warriors of the Plains tribes during Native American Heritage Month with our topic Hunters and Warriors. Teaching November - Kids Discover.