If you're looking for some fun, last-minute election themed activities to do with your kiddos, check out these awesome worksheets!
Sarah, blogger at All Things With Purpose, shared this fun election packet via Tip Junkie. With it, your preschoolers will have a blast designing their own campaign buttons and posters as well as review and practice the concept of voting by casting their own vote with Sarah's fun voting game printables!
Michelle over at Teach123 suggests holding a mock election with your preschoolers and provides a fun t-chart that students can fill in while 'debating' the pros and cons of extending recess by 15 minutes before casting their official ballots!
TeachWithMe.com offers a 39-page election number packet that will have your kiddos strengthening counting/skip counting skills, numeral recognition, letter tracing/writing skills, number sequencing, early addition/subtraction skills, and patterning skills!
Originally created for President's Day, these printables from Kathleen over at Growing Kinders are adorable and would certainly be appropriate for an election unit. The writing prompt has your kiddos put themselves in the president's shoes and the literacy bear coloring page is a great way to provide your preschoolers with sight word practice!
Katie of Teacher to the Core also provides a free election themed writing prompt where students can write a letter of congratulations to the new president!
Marlana of Lil Country Kindergarten highlights math skills in her fun election day freebie! Students practice counting skills, strengthen numeral recognition, and build fine motor skills with the fun match and lift activity.
All of these offer great options and supplements for your election day lessons! However, if you're still looking for more fun printables, check out these great options on Teachers Pay Teachers. From free literacy centers and practice voter registration cards to coloring pages and decorations, you're sure to find something fun!