Civics for All of US
A new education initiative from the National Archives that promotes civic literacy and engagement
Walk in the shoes of Nobel Peace Prize Laureates in this game from Minecraft Education
After Abolition: Simulating a Meeting of Prince Hall's Freemason Lodge in 1780s Massachusetts
Students participate in a simulated debate about civic choices that takes place in the Black Freemason Lodge in Boston.
Agents of Influence
The spy-themed video game from Alterea that teaches student to neutralize misinformation
American Civic Holiday Resources
Civic Spirit provides educators with civic holiday resources to help frame classroom conversations about key moments in the American calendar and story.
Argue real Supreme Court cases, and put your lawyering skills to the test with this free iCivics game
Teaching resources for a more accurate and inclusive migration and immigration narrative.
Branches of Power
Learn to control all three branches of the U.S. government with this free iCivics game
Brief and Incomplete: Votes for Women
Brief and Incomplete asks us to take a look at the histories we think we know and ask: What have we chosen to remember? Who’s missing? And what’s the whole story?