27 Online Resources About Civics and Government

Here are popular online resources to teach about Civics and Government. Click here for updates on this list:

  1. Argument Wars
  2. CaseMaker–for 6th-8th grade
  3. Civics games
  4. Congress
  5. Court Quest
  6. C-Span–Congress at work in video
  7. Electoral College—humourous video
  8. Executive Command
  9. How Laws are Made
  10. Law Craft
  11. Legislative and Executive Branch Quiz
  12. Legislative Branch Qualifications
  13. Legislative Branch Quiz
  14. Legislative Branch Vocabulary
  15. Powers of Congress
  16. Public Policy and the Executive and Legislative Branches Quiz
  17. Public Policy Flashcards
  18. Three Branches of Government Review
  19. What’s inside Buckingham Palace
  20. Win the White House


  1. Interactive Constitution--from the Constitution Center
  2. Videos about the Constitution from the Constitution Center


Executive Branch

  1. Executive Command
  2. What’s Inside the White House–a video


  1. We the Jury

Legislative Branch

Supreme Court and the Courts

  1. Court Quest–game created by iCivics and shared via BrainPop
  2. Overview of the Supreme Court–video, quiz; for older students
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