Civics Flash Cards for the Naturalization Test

This flash card set of 100 questions and answers was developed to help immigrants prepare for the naturalization test. By providing questions and answers about U.S. history and government, they also are a great tool to use in the classroom for citizenship preparation. Note that some answers may vary from state to state while others may change because of elections or appointments. The flash cards were created by the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services, and last revised in February 2012.

Grades 4, 5, 6-12
Citizenship
Games

Immigration Nation (Game)

Do you know how people become citizens of the United States? In Immigration Nation, you’ll find out as you guide newcomers along their path to citizenship.
Students learn the range of allowable circumstances for legal residence and the requirements for naturalization and full citizenship.

Grades 6, 7, 8
Citizenship
Games

Can You Pass the Citizenship Quiz?

Could you pass the US citizenship test? Take these quizzes to see how well you know the American history and civics required of people taking the naturalization test. The actual test is not multiple choice, but these are the 100 questions from which each potential citizen’s 10-question civics and history exam are drawn.

Immigration Resources: Inclusive School Communities

Immigration Inclusive School Communities

The Share My Lesson team curated a collection of free lesson plans and resources to help teachers educate all students about immigration and create inclusive school communities. Teachers, parents, and immigration advocacy organizations from across the country, including PBS NewsHour Extra, ADL and Re-Imagining Migration have contributed to these resources.

Grades K-12
Citizenship
Quizzes

The History of Immigration Law in the United States

This lesson provides a background on the history of immigration policy in the United States, that is the philosophical origins, legal debates, and legal history from the Founding of the nation to the late 1900s. Students will come to understand how American lawmakers viewed immigrants and the reasoning behind the evolving nature of immigration policy.