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Thriving Family Magazine: The Voting Process

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 Under: Christian Print Magazine
Thriving Family Magazine
 
Topic: Valuing the voting process
 
We need your stories about teaching your kids the importance of voting in this country. What have you done in your family to teach your kids how the voting process works? Do you run a democracy in your home? How have you made learning about politics fun? Are there any activities you’ve done to teach the importance of civic participation? We will be categorizing stories by age groups, so send us your stories of how you’ve taught your 0- to -3-year-olds, 4- to -7-year-olds, 8- to -12-year-olds and 13- to -16-year-olds.
 
Then for the older teens, ages 17 and 18, tell us how you helped your teen not to feel overwhelmed or insignificant in the voting process. What did you share with your teen to help him or her to be a confident and informed voter? What did you do to help your teen register to vote? Did you accompany your teen at the polls and commemorate the milestone somehow?
 
Due date: Friday, February 3rd, 2012
Payment: $50 on acceptance
Rights: First non-exclusive
Word count: 150-200 words
Byline: First and last name OR first name and state of residence (TBD)
Tentative publication: Aug/Sept 2012 magazine
Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your ideas. If your story was not accepted by February 15th, 2012, it was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time.
Submit it: If interested, please respond by February 3rd to Web.Features@fotf.org Web.Features@fotf.org and put “Attn: Andrea – Voting Process” in the subject line. (Note: You must include the subject line as it appears here or the submission will not reach the appropriate editor for consideration.)


In : Christian Print Magazine 


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Thriving Family Magazine: The Voting Process

Posted by Sally Clark on Tuesday, January 31, 2012 Under: Christian Print Magazine
Thriving Family Magazine
 
Topic: Valuing the voting process
 
We need your stories about teaching your kids the importance of voting in this country. What have you done in your family to teach your kids how the voting process works? Do you run a democracy in your home? How have you made learning about politics fun? Are there any activities you’ve done to teach the importance of civic participation? We will be categorizing stories by age groups, so send us your stories of how you’ve taught your 0- to -3-year-olds, 4- to -7-year-olds, 8- to -12-year-olds and 13- to -16-year-olds.
 
Then for the older teens, ages 17 and 18, tell us how you helped your teen not to feel overwhelmed or insignificant in the voting process. What did you share with your teen to help him or her to be a confident and informed voter? What did you do to help your teen register to vote? Did you accompany your teen at the polls and commemorate the milestone somehow?
 
Due date: Friday, February 3rd, 2012
Payment: $50 on acceptance
Rights: First non-exclusive
Word count: 150-200 words
Byline: First and last name OR first name and state of residence (TBD)
Tentative publication: Aug/Sept 2012 magazine
Acceptance or Rejection: The Thriving Family editors appreciate your ideas. If your story was not accepted by February 15th, 2012, it was not chosen for publication. We hope to work with you on a different article at a later time.
Submit it: If interested, please respond by February 3rd to Web.Features@fotf.org Web.Features@fotf.org and put “Attn: Andrea – Voting Process” in the subject line. (Note: You must include the subject line as it appears here or the submission will not reach the appropriate editor for consideration.)


In : Christian Print Magazine 


Tags: "christian writers" 
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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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