Chapter 1 What is Civics Vocabulary Flash Cards
Chapter 3 The Constitution and Vocabulary Flash Cards
Chapter 4 The Bill of Rights Vocabulary and Amendment Flash Cards
Chapter 6 Parties and Politics
Chapter 9 Congress Vocabulary, Key Congressional Positions Flash Cards
Chapter 10 The Presidency Vocabulary, Key Executive Department Positions Flash Cards
Interested in learning more about the United States government? Try out these fun interactive web based games that cover the material taught in the 6th grade Social Studies class. Have fun playing games while learning information that will help you in your Social Studies class and teach you the importance of being a productive citizen.
Evaluate the three branches of government and their responsibilities.
Think you can make the Executive, Judicial and Legislative branches run like a well oiled machine? Try out ICIVIC's three branches of government video game!
Can you successfully check the balance of the three branches of government? Test your skills at
Do you know your rights? Practice your knowledge of the 10 amendments (The Bill of Rights) with this interactive game!
Do you know how the Bill of Rights works in real life? Did you know the Bill of Rights is more than an old piece of paper? Read each of the real life scenairos in this game and determine whether these people have a real case and if so what amendment gives them rights in their cases. Try out your knowledge that you learn about in class
How well do you know your rights? Check out ICIVIC's Do I have a right game and play the role of a lawyer analyzing clients' cases determining whether the clients have a right based on the 10 amendments. See how well you can implement the Bill of Rights into real world scenarios in the game Do I have a right?. The game is also available to download for FREE on Apple Ipads.
Do you have what it takes to be a juror and decide a civil case? Try out ICIVICS game We the Jury review evidence and make decisions based on the information that you learn about the case. Practice the Judicial proceedings that you learn about in class and review evidence presented in the game.