TeenPact Study Guide

My daughter is off to her first TeenPact event next week and I cannot believe it! We are so excited and a little bit nervous. We will be attending Maine’s one-day TeenPact class in Augusta for ages 8-12. If you do not know what TeenPact you can learn about it here:
TeenPact is designed to help students understand the political process, value their liberty, and engage the culture. Through our hands-on and practical teaching, TeenPact students learn how to embrace their call as the next generation of leaders, find encouragement among like-minded peers, and develop the skills to engage the culture.

There is homework for TeenPact and at first it can seem a little intimidating. Super intimidating if you are relaxed homeschoolers like we are. There is a printable booklet with assignments such as writing to your legislator, writing a bill, reading chapters of a book, and defining terms. While my daughter is beyond excited for this class we have a lot of work to do. I made a study guide to help her with her TeenPact homework.

TeenPact Homework Help
Click here to download your TeenPact study guide.

This is how I used our TeenPact study guide:
1. First I printed out the study guide, double-sided.
2. I then printed out a list of our local representatives and their contact information.
3. Lastly, I printed out the TeenPact homework, double-sided.
4. I put all the papers together in order. Study guide, list of reps, and ended with the official homework.

The point of the study guide is to prepare to do the homework. My goal is to create a better understanding of the government and the homework before we take the final plunge and do all the homework to bring to class.

Hope you enjoy another free worksheet and comes to good use!


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