The Pop-Up Book to Educate Kids (and Others) About The Courts

I just posted a humorous political pop-up book idea about you know who, on my Politics and Humor blog.  It got me thinking about how to do a pop-up book for kids and adults to explain the court system.

Using the computer at the library to find information (a wheel spins to change the screens.

“Fill out” lines in a form by pulling out separate tabs.

File at the clerks office.

Help the judge put their robe on.

All stand up as the judge comes in!

Raise your arm to swear or affirm.

Give the judge the decision to read.

Etc, etc.

Anybody up for it?  Conceptual copyright reserved.

 

 

 

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About richardzorza

I am deeply involved in access to justice and the patient voice movement.
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One Response to The Pop-Up Book to Educate Kids (and Others) About The Courts

  1. Not sure about a pop-up book but we do have a nice coloring and activity book: http://nycourts.gov/COURTS/nyc/housing/kids.shtml

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