Our Little Leaders activities are made for elementary-aged students. As a part of our digital Civics Traveling trunk, we hope these activities allow students to raise questions and explore what democracy is.

Reading List

We’ve put together a reading list of great books about Civics, Leadership, and History. All books included on the list can be found with our friends at York County Libraries.

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History Center Resources

We’ve put together a selection of activities for kids to enjoy that have ties to York County and civics!

Colonial York was an important part of the creation of the United States government. Check out our York-themed coloring pages.

Play Civic Bingo with friends or classmates!

Our set of Bingo Cards can be downloaded here.

The definitions for our civic words will be available soon.

Civic Season Resources

There are hundreds of organizations that participate in Civic Season. We are highlighting some activities that include themes like rights, voting, and freedom. 

George Washington’s Mount Vernon created a digital experience for all ages to portray Washington. To play visit the website.

Explore how the American government works when you listen to D is for Democracy from the American Independence Museum.

Listen Here!

Juneteenth can be a hard concept for children to grasp. The National Museum of African American History and Culture has put together a resource packet with definitions, activities and history.

Read through the packet here.