Social studies: Voting

As a parent or a teacher, you can use different examples to teach the children what voting is. The two most important things that will work in this case are Youtube videos and your examples. So, make sure to build some great an easy to understand scenarios for your child so that he can learn what voting is and why it’s imperative.

You can start by telling your little one, how a vote works. In this case, you can put an example in front of him of a situation in which no one can decide what to eat for dinner. In this case, people usually vote and the majority of the people who are willing to eat let’s say “pizza”, they win.

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