I Civics is a website designed to engage students in meaningful civic learning.
The Mayflower story is part of basic American history. The ship landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620, and its 400th Anniversary will be celebrated in 2020. The Mayflower Story is a vital part of teaching students American History.
“I find the materials so engaging, relevant, and easy to understand – I now use iCivics as a central resource, and use the textbook as a supplemental tool. The games are invaluable for applying the concepts we learn in class. My seniors LOVE iCivics.”
Lynna Landry , AP US History & Government / Economics Teacher and Department Chair, California.
The Mayflower story is part of basic American history. The ship landed at Plymouth Rock in 1620, and its 400th Anniversary is being celebrated in 2020. The Mayflower Story is a vital part of teaching students American History.
“For me, civic education is the key to inspiring kids to want to stay involved in making a difference.”
Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor, U.S. Supreme Court.
“With iCivics, you get to take charge and solve the nation’s problems, and you begin to really see how much of an impact you can make to the community, state, even country and make this country better.”
Julie Lewelling, 13 years old (8th grade), Coronado, K-8, Tucson, AZ.
“I have worked to promote civic education for young people through iCivics. I consider engaging the next generations of citizens to be my most important work yet and my legacy.”
Justice Sandra Day O’Connor, U.S. Supreme Court [Ret.]
Learn more at www.ICivics.org