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Uncle Sam Wants Out!

Uncle Sam wants to find his way out of the maze on the attached worksheet.  Help Uncle Sam get out by finding the attitudes and actions that lead to responsible citizenship. 

Put your mouse arrow on START at the bottom of the attached maze. Use your mouse to move your way out of the maze. Each time you come to attitudes and actions that lead to responsible citizenship, put a number in the text box next to the matching statement on the attached worksheet.

For example:

You arrive at the first attitude and action on the maze -- enter a number 1 next to the matching attitude and action on the attached worksheet.

Then you arrive at the second attitude and action on the maze -- enter a number 2 next to the matching attitude and action on the attached worksheet.

If an attitude and action on the maze doesn't lead to responsible citizenship, leave the text box next to the matching attitude and action on the attached worksheet blank.

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Effective citizens do simple, yet powerful, things - citizen actions - on a daily basis that keep our country strong, vital and free.




*Citizenship section select ideas derived from Citizenship, Learning to Live as Responsible Citizens, published by Good Apple, Inc.

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