Fantasy Congress

Fantasy Congress is like fantasy football, but instead of drafting football players, you draft Members of Congress (MCs). Each team scores points based on the real-life performance of the MCs. Students learn about the legislative process and research with real-time tools. (FREE)

Centuries of Citizenship: Constitutional Timeline

C-Span Classroom

Free resources for teaching Government & Civics class. Articles, videos, & more! Register for access to the site.

US Government PowerPoint Presentations

Large collection from a teacher. Some overkill on his animations, but the content is good.

Federal Election Commission

An official government Web site providing a citizen's guide for contributing to candidates, using FEC services, and working with candidates and political parties. The site also offers a voter registration form for downloading.

U.S. Mint: Save the Branches of Power

Department of Justice

Gives an informative description of the role of the DOJ within the U.S. government. The site provides links to information on the current attorney general, the department's various organizations, and its current issues and press releases.

FedWorld Information Network

A comprehensive central access point for locating and acquiring government information. It provides a one-stop location for the public to locate, order, and receive U.S. government information.

Central Intelligence Agency

Explore the background of the CIA, read recent publications, speeches, and press releases, and visit the CIA's Homepage for kids.

The Charters of Freedom: Declaration of Independence, Constitution, Bill of Rights

Interactive Constitution

Chronology of U.S. Historical Documents