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This full lesson plan details how to teach about the three branches of government using inquiry and hands-on learning. I taught this lesson to my class of 5th graders and I was amazed by the depth of understanding the students demonstrated. Because of the visual representations used in this lesson, the students were better able to understand the importance of the three branches of government. This packages includes the following: - Full detailed lesson plan - Branches of government cards - Wo
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5th
Students use the word bank to organize the jobs and duties of the three branches of government.
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Not Grade Specific
Three branches of government worksheet, for students to fill in information on each branch.
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2nd - 3rd
Attractive and functional worksheet with information that students need to know about the 3 branches of government. Students can fill in the blanks and include other information as the teacher provides instruction on this topic. Answers: Left Section: Judicial, the Chief Justice, the President, the Senate Top Section: Legislative, 6, 2 Right Section: Executive, 4
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5th - 8th
Picking characteristics and placing them in the right branch. Characteristics of the legislative, executive, and judicial branch.
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7th
**THIS IS AN INSTANT DOWNLOAD**These FREE worksheets include 2 pages from our American Government title.These Worksheets provide information on the Constitution of the United States, and describes the purposes of the three branches of government. These worksheets can be used on their own, or paired with the individual resource. And the best part is, it's FREE.************************************************************************About the full resource, American Government:Break down the compli
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5th - 8th
This Interactive Foldable includes a 4 page template for students to create a flip book AND a Fact Sheet containing information about the Three Branches of Gov't that students can refer to when completing their foldable. Enjoy! Terms & Conditions Copyright ©Teacher’s Lounge. All rights reserved by author. This product is to be used by the original downloader only. Copying for more than one teacher, classroom, department, school, or school system is prohibited. This product may not be distr
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3rd - 7th
Please enjoy the reading material on the Three Branches of Government. You can find the material in English and in Spanish. 3 Poderes del Estado
This is a simple handout that can be used to teach the basic functions of the three branches of government. It could also be paired with another sheet and transformed into a foldable.
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4th - 12th
This free Social Studies resource includes an informational reading passage about the three branches of government, plus comprehension questions! There are a total of seven questions that students will answer after reading the text, which includes information about the Constitution, separation of powers, three branches of government, and checks and balances. Four questions are multiple choice and three questions are short-answer. This resource is a great way to integrate English Language Arts wi
Students cut out these boxes that each have a facts belonging to one of the 3 branches. I give them a large construction sheet of paper for them to sort the facts and glue down.
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3rd - 5th
Challenge your students to access their incoming knowledge of very foundational concepts in your Civics or American Government class as well as their soft skills of creativity and collaboration. What is "government"? What about "democracy"? More meaningfully, what do they LOOK like?************************************Greatness is holding a deep and thoughtful understanding of the everyday concepts often taken for granted. Included in this FREEBIE Activity: - Teacher overview and lesson plan- Con
This is a great little resource to either introduce the idea of the three branches of government to your students or give them a little refresher! If you want students to research their own answers, this accompanies any US government textbook or online resource. Students will be able to determine who is in power in each branch and their responsibilities. Then, they will draw a picture to represent each branch.This is a printable pdf. There are FOUR documents in this zip file.1. Terms of Use2. Co
If you need a fun way to teach about the three branches of government, look no further than this US Constitution song to the tune of Uptown Funk! This freebie includes both the lyric sheet for the song and the link to the YouTube video we made with these lyrics. This song is to the tune of Uptown Funk by Mark Ronson and Bruno Mars, and provides details about the three branches of government: the legislative, executive, and judicial branches. The lyrics and video were created as part of a Constit
This is a simple cut and paste worksheet where students have to cut out the Senate, Supreme Court, Vice President, Congress, President, and House of Representatives and paste them into the correct category of Legislative, Judicial, and Executive.
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4th - 7th
This is a graphic organizer that provides an easy way to make notes and study basic information about the three branches of U.S. government. It can be used on its own or in conjunction with the lesson plan on the three branches of U.S. government. If you like this, check out more items from Citizen Genius in this store or visit citizengenius.org for free, additional content and videos.
This activity includes notes breaking down the 3 branches of government into 3 columns. Then an activity with a blank chart for students to cut and paste the duties and jobs of each branch of government into the correct column.
UPDATED: Hanging Around the Three Branches brings the tedious task of learning about the three branches of government into the realm of interesting for students. Prior to creating their mobiles, students will use the United States Constitution to complete a worksheet on each branch of government. Once students have a basic concept of the three branches, they create mobiles. Students will use required information, such as terms of office, qualifications for office, positions within each branc
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7th - 12th
A great resource to send to your parents so they can help their child review the branches of government. This product is specific to the state of Georgia and includes the 3 levels of government (National, State, and Local) and the 3 branches within these levels (Executive, Legislative, and Judicial).
Have students look up information online with the website link provided. Students can bullet point the jobs of each of the branches below the pictures.
This crossword puzzle could be used as a formative assessment to check for understanding of students.
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3rd - 5th
The concept of checks and balances in our federal goverment is essential to understanding how the three branches of government work to limit excessive power of any one branch. This activity presents 12 examples of checks and balances, asking students to figure out which branch is doing the checking and which is being checked. Graphic for students and answers for teachers are included. This activity would work as classwork for individuals or groups or as homework.Ratings are appreciated!
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7th - 12th
This is a quick activity that I put together to help my students learn about the Separation of Powers between the three branches of Georgia’s Government. I use this after a quick mini-lesson on the branches of government then allow them to complete the worksheet then increase the level of difficulty with subsequent assignments.The first page is a worksheet where students determine which branch of government has the power: Executive, Legislative, or Judicial. The answer sheet is located on Page T
The "Create Your Own Legal Code" activity worksheet is an activity that allows students to simulate becoming a lawmaker in their community. It is an interactive assignnment that can be done individually, in pairs, or small groups. The activity was designed as part of a Civics unit that studies the philosophical foundations of U.S. Government. The activity can be used as part of an Ancient History/Ancient Rome unit our American History or Civics course. The activity has students think about

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