A webquest is a fun way for students to conduct research projects. This “mini webquest” is designed to be a quick little project where students use inquiry-based learning to do their own research about the three branches of the US government.
This project will lead students through the 6 steps of a
This internet scavenger hunt is an amazing way for students to discover the three branches of government and the checks and balances system! Students will navigate to kid-friendly websites to learn more about the foundation of our United States government! Answer key is included!
This internet sc
The Three Branches of Government
Reading Passages with questions for the Three Branches: Legislative, Executive, and Judicial.
Also included are an interactive sort, a three branches foldable, task cards, a board game with questions, a webquest, and venn diagrams.
At the end of the unit you wil
This is a handout and a website to be used a as webquest / independent study to go over the main details of the three branches of government. Topics covered include:
- Legislative branch organization and powers
- enumerated powers
- How a bill becomes a law
- Judicial Branch - organization
- Why SC
This collection of 3 WebQuests covers the Three Branches of the United States Government.
The first Webquest gives your students background about the President and all of the people that serve in this area of government.
The second Webquest explains about Congress and the inner workings.
This Three Branches of Government Webquest the perfect resource to use to teach your students about what a president does and how the government keeps itself in check. It comes with a 3 page webquest, as well as 4 posters to use as anchor charts for students to add what they've learned about the br
This product offers an excellent way to give your students practice in reading for information. You place the 14 fact cards around the room and your students hunt,read,write,and learn all about the three branches of government. Depending on the level of your students you can break it up into more s
This is a 3 branches of government webquest that goes along with the linked website - for grades 4-5 ideally. Perfect for a computer lab activity to extend upon a US government lesson!
These task cards provides a fun way to review the 3 Branches of the U.S. Government.
The collection includes 28 cards, a student worksheet, and an answer key.
The cards provide a meaningful activity for your class.
They can stand alone or make a good combination lesson with a webquest about the sa
Need an activity for your students to actively learn about WHO is in the 3 branches of government of the United States? This activity does just that! Students will discover who represents them, how long they have served, plus who serves in the Executive Branch (including a job description), and th
This is a no prep Webquest! The WebQuest covers information about all of the 3 Branches of Government and asks the students to look how they would fit into our governing body. What a great way for students to make learning their own with this WebQuest!
Included in this WebQuest:
-Goals and Common C
This is a three-part web quest that, once completed, will provide students with a comprehensive understanding of the roles, responsibilities & powers of each of the three branches of the US Federal Government. There is a vocabulary portion in each part, followed by questions pertaining to each
This New Nation and United States Government bundle include everything you need to teach about how the United States formed and the basis of the United States government!
- Articles of Confederation
- Constitution & Constitutional Convention of 1787
- Three Branches of Governmen
This bundle contains INCREDIBLE resources to teach students about the creation of our nation. By purchasing the bundle, you save $4.50!!
This bundle covers the following topics and contains the following resources:
Articles of Confederation -- PowerPoint, Foldable, Posters, Internet Scavenger H
This bundled Unit has all you will need to cover the President, Executive Branch and Article 2 of the U.S. Constitution. Unit includes 12 different products with lessons designed to address multiple learning styles and hands on activities that make students active learners. Make the Executive Bra
These 4 great webquests go over the 3 branches of government and the Executive Cabinet. Save money and buy the collection! The four webquests can be viewed and purchased individually below:
The Executive Branch Webquest
The Executive Cabinet Webquest
The Legislative Branch Webquest
Students complete an informational WebQuest on the Illinois Constitution. A project planning guide outlining the Illinois State Standards and curriculum objectives as well as a three-week calendar make planning easy for the teacher. Through various website explorations, students will learn about t
This is great science WebQuest about wild turkeys. It is paired with a "Make a Turkey that Sits on a Branch" STEM challenge." This aligns to the Next Generation Science standards. There are three worksheets that can be completed along with specific instructions for the challenge, and an engine
70s, 80s, 90s webquest
The decades of the 70’s, 80’s, and 90’s were as historic as any other decades in history. Below are some of the more significant events and interesting topics that made these decades special. Use the websites provided to find the answers to the questions below. Some of the
This activity is a wonderful and engaging interactive internet scavenger hunt for students to learn about or review information relating to the new nation. The scavenger hunt takes students through the “Congress for Kids” website to answer questions relating to Articles of Confederation, Constituti
The Congress Unit provides several unique assignments, simulations, and tests designed to keep students engaged while learning about the United States Congress. Lessons are designed for multiple learning styles and hands on activities that make the students are active learners. Make Congress come
Students know that Donald Trump is the 45th president, but how well do they know the roles and responsibilities of the president? How well do they know the experiences and perspectives of Trump? This Executive Branch Bundle will help students understand all aspects of the Executive Branch and will
This one page (front and back) Branches of Government Social Studies/Civics webquest helps students develop their internet search skills while advancing their reading and understanding of informational text. This is a great introductory lesson to help students develop beginning or deepen knowledge
What is this event in the USA called an "Inauguration"? Taking the oath of office, a big parade and evening balls, Inauguration Day is a very busy day for the incoming President! There are 10 web questions, a Did You Know? section, comprehension questions and extension activities.
This resource wo
Constitution Day is September 17th each year(except for 2017) when the day falls on a Sunday and will be celebrated on September 18th. This play would be a great addition to your lessons about the U.S. Constitution and/or for Constitution Day!
Part of my Ms. Bie Ografee series of plays, this Reade
This webquest focuses on the importance of local and national government. Important historical documents such as the Declaration of Independence, the US Constitution and the Articles of Confederation are touched upon. Lastly, this webquest focuses on the three branches of government
This webquest links to the website www.factmonster.com/us.html. I provide instructions for where to go once on the site, and students are able to enhance their navigation skills once they are on the website. Once they are on the site, students are able to read about the three branches of the US go
You may have heard the word IMPEACHMENT being used in the news. Some people are talking about impeachment and the 45th president of the United States, Donald Trump. What exactly is impeachment? In U.S. History, only two presidents have had charges of impeachment. Use this webquest to learn more abou
Checks and Balances: Crash Course U.S. Government and Politics Video Analysis with Key- This is an 8 page document that contains a video analysis assignment and a completed teachers key for easy marking. It contains 27 questions based on The Crash Course U.S. Government and Politics video: Checks an
This video worksheet allows students learn about the three branches of government. The video clip is only 3 ½ minutes long, but it is packed full of information that will keep your students engaged.
This video worksheet works great as a “Do Now Activity” or as a complement to any lecture or lesson
Let your students become detectives!
This activity takes the traditional internet scavenger hunt (WebQuest) to the next level. The students will be set on a Top Secret mission to nab Robber Rick, the criminal who has stolen key components of our government system!
In order to retain control of our
This purchase is for three webquests focusing on the area of microbiology. These assignments will be a great addition to any middle school or high school unit focusing on cells.
1) MICROBIOLOGY WEBQUEST - This general webquest has students finding terms, definitions, and examples of various branc
Your students will enjoy learning about the three branches of the United States government! They will also have the opportunity to explore government jobs by interpreting information from multiple websites.
Powerpoint Webquest-- This Webquest was designed for 3rd grade social studies students to gain a better understanding of
three branches of government, the three levels of government, and the responsibilities of each branch and level.
Students will be able to click around powerpoint to access directi
This download includes two different outlines for your student to use as they are learning about the Three Branches of the United States Government. I have also included a list of suggested resources your students could use to fill out the outlines in addition to the textbooks you may have.
A BUNDLE OF RESOURCES!
1. The Election Process(Webquest):Teaching citizenship? Students will learn about the election process including requirements to run for office, requirements to vote, the Succession Act, the Electoral College and more. There are 12 web questions, a Did You Kn
Crash Course in Physics is a fast moving, informative, entertaining video series that tackles many issues that come up in AP Physics classes. Dr. Shini Somara is your host. I provide a full page option for students to fill in as the video plays. Many of the questions are more conceptual in nature,
In this bundle you will receive 11 assignments based on the America Rocks! Series from School House Rock! These assignments can be stand alone reviews, or used as a webquest to introduce a topic. Questions are based on information from the song lyrics and the topic in general. The following title
We are deep into the election season, but how well do your students really know the candidates, the issues and the roles of the president? This bundle gives your students the opportunity to explore all of that in a student-centered, engaging and fun way!
The bundle includes the following activitie
Congressional Delegation: Crash Course U.S. Government and Politics Video Analysis with Key- This is a 6 page document that contains a video analysis assignment and a completed teachers key for easy marking. It contains 19 questions based on The Crash Course U.S. Government and Politics video: Congr