Educator Resources
Home > Educator Resources
We Rule:
Civics for All of US

We Rule: Civics for All of US is a new education initiative from the National Archives that promotes civic literacy and engagement.

Teach with documents using our online tool. Explore primary sources. Discover fun and engaging teaching activities. Create your own online or print activities for your students!
What's New
Out of Paw-ffice: White House Pets – A Virtual Professional Development Program
Photo by Yoichi Okamoto. 10/26/67. LBJ howls with Yuki as Doris Kearns (center), Betsy Levin, & Barbara Currier look…
Free Online Programs on the Presidency Begin January 18th
The National Archives and Presidential Libraries, Internet2 community, National Park Service, and cultural and historic organizations nationwide are proud…
Working with Primary Sources

Teach students how to analyze primary sources using our worksheets for a variety of media types.
Distance Learning

Visit the National Archives without leaving your home or school through our free distance learning programs for students and educators.
Professional Development

Join us online or in person to learn about accessing primary sources and teaching with documents.
Student Visits
Family History Activities for Kids
Teaching with Records of Congress
National History Day Resources
Events & Public Programs
Presidential Library Programs
Education Connections
 Subscribe to our Education Updates blog to hear about new teaching tools, lesson plans, field trips, professional development, and newly available primary sources.
Tweets by @DocsTeach
Browse Online Exhibits
Native Communities Program
Step-by-step instructions for locating records related to interactions between American Indian and Alaska Native communities and the Federal Government.
This page was last reviewed on September 1, 2021.
Contact us with questions or comments.
Teachers’ Resources
Primary Sources
Visits & Workshops
Other Resources
Contact Us · Accessibility · Privacy Policy · Freedom of Information Act · No FEAR Act ·
The U.S. National Archives and Records Administration
1-86-NARA-NARA or 1-866-272-6272