Students will cut and sort the responsibilities of the local, state, and national government

Three Levels of Government Sort

Infographic on the Three Branches of Government set up by the US Constitution.

FREE 3 Branches of Government Poster (Great for Teachers & Homeschoolers)

free Branches of Government poster for kids from the US Government’s Publications Department.

Branches-of-Govt  Infographics. Use when teaching "reading informational text - analyzing diagrams"

Who Owns the Money? Economics for 4th Graders

Terrific infographic on our government - who takes care of what? A Venn Diagram for our government. Great for social studies.

Get links to great government games and activities on this post! Everything you need to suppliment your government unit is here!

How Does Government Work?

If you teach government don't miss this great post! This government game on branches of government first shows students what each branch is responsible for, then students match the responsibility to the branch. It's almost like a memory game!

Check out this downloadable infographic about "How a Bill Becomes a Law," which explains this complicated process in an easy-to-understand diagram for kids.

Infographic about "How a Bill Becomes a Law," which explains this complicated process in an easy-to-understand diagram for kids.

Branches of Government anchor chart and ideas for teaching government to elementary students

the {ART} of learning: Tackling Government. this is a good representation of the branches of governement. It can be easy for the students to read and it helps visualize the "branches" of government.

Branches of Government + Levels of Government Card Sort

Branches of Government + Levels of Government Card Sort

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Studying the Constitution?  Need an assessment on Federalism and delegated powers?  Would you like a sorting activity on these powers? Come on by and get...             Click on the picture above to go to          to get download your copy!    Happy Sorting!

Who's Got the Power?

Studying the Constitution? Need an assessment on Federalism and delegated powers? Would you like a sorting activity on these powers?

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I would read, "What Are the Branches of Government?" by, Jennifer Boothroyd TOPIC: Roles and Systems of Government CONTENT STATEMENT: Governments have authority to make and enforce laws.

Classroom Ideas and Classroom Resources - The Constitution - Teach your students all about the United States Constitution with these fun and engaging interactive notebook activities.

The Constitution {Interactive Notebook Activities}

-The United States Constitution -Government Strand -Book: We the Kids: The Preamble to the Constitution of the United States

This a Jeopardy game set in PowerPoint.  The categories are: Executive Branch, Legislative Branch, Judicial Branch, Bill of Rights, and Other.  The...

3 Branches of Government Jeopardy

This a Jeopardy game set in PowerPoint. The categories are: Executive Branch, Legislative Branch, Judicial Branch, Bill of Rights, and Other.

Make learning about the local, state and federal government more fun with a sprinkle of fairy dust! This unit kicks off with a read-aloud (or guided reading) story written at the 3.2 reading level called "Jenny and the Government Fairy". Start out with four activity sheets that go with the story, and match language arts Common Core Standards for 3rd grade. Then move on to teaching handouts, and activities (including quizzes) that teach students about federal, state and local government! $

Who is the Government Fairy and What is She Doing here

Make learning about the local, state and federal government more fun with a sprinkle of fairy dust! This unit kicks off with a read-aloud (or guided reading) story written at the 3.2 reading level called "Jenny and the Government Fairy". Start out with four activity sheets that go with the story, and match language arts Common Core Standards for 3rd grade. Then move on to teaching handouts, and activities (including quizzes) that teach students about federal, state and local government! $

This activity is aligned with the 2nd Grade CSCOPE/TRS Social Studies Lesson 8.1 - "What is the Purpose of Government"

Functions of Government Sort

This cut and paste activity is a way to assess individual students' knowledge of the functions of government. This activity is aligned with the Grade CSCOPE/TRS Social Studies Lesson - "What is the Purpose of Government"

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