1. Education World - These include writing activities: If I Were President, Take a Stand! What Are Important Issues?, and designing campaign posters. Other activities include graphing, political cartoons, and election term bingo.
2. Scholastic - Scholastic is always a favorite. This site even has an online poll, videos, vocabulary, candidate profiles, the Electoral College, and updated news.
3. Tolerance - This presidential campaign is unlike any other election. It has brought fear and anxiety to students of color, different religions, and immigrants. This is an excellent time to teach tolerance.
4. Newsela - Newsela has an online poll and has articles to prepare the students for the issues.
5. Time for Kids - There are some excellent printables, candidate profiles, information on the branches of government and so much more. This site provides lots of information.
6. The Learning Network - I love this site. Students can hold mock elections, make editorial cartoons, letters to the next president, analyze political commercials, and more.
7. NEA - The National Education Association provides a list of election lessons, activities, and resources for all grade levels
8. Enchanted Learning - You can always depend on Enchanted Learning for excellent activities and printables for elementary students.
If you are looking for more, take a look at my election bundle filled with activities about our government and the election.