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FREE! President Election Day Resources
FREE! President Election Day Resources. This resource is intended for you, the classroom teacher, to teach about the Presidential Election in a non-biased way. Included in the resource is: -a Do's and Don'ts page for teacher reference when teaching the elections -a "What if" page that covers how t
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Rules and Laws writing prompt
After teaching rules and laws, students will create a story about a town that does not follow a certain rule or law. Students will create a consequence, which will help them to see the cause and effect of rules and laws. They can illustrate the story when they finish!
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Our Nation:  Voting Sticks Freebie
Print out as many Yea and Nay pages as you need. Cut them out, laminate them, and glue them to a tongue depressor. Then you are ready to go! Use them for voting, for quick quizzes, and more! I keep mine handy for that spur of the moment need. And, best of all, the kids LOVE using them! These a
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{Freebie} Productive Resources Cut and Paste (Natural, Capital, Human Resources)
Use this fun cut and paste activity to assess or review three of the productive resources! Glue these into your Social Studies journals for reference at a later date. Send these home for homework, or use it as a cumulative assessment!
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Bill of Rights Scenarios for Critical Thinking Practice
One way to get students to prove their understanding of U.S. Government content is to have them analyze problems or scenarios. Students show a deeper understanding of the Constitution by writing solutions to real world problems. This is precisely what is expected in the Common Core – critical thinki
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The 'Fill-in" of Rights
This activity allows students to gain a more thorough understanding of the Bill of Rights. Students will be required to fill in the blanks for each amendment. The words selected for the students to fill in are all words which are extremely important to the meaning and interpretation of the Bill of R
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Citizenship Worksheet - Check for understanding
Just a little worksheet I created to check the understanding my kiddos got from our citizenship lesson. It is simple yet it is easy to see if they get the idea. Hope you like it!
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Night and Day Science Writing Book
Students will enjoy telling you all they have learned about the concept of night and day using this super cute and simple book! This product includes two pages that are to be copied front to back to create a night and day science brochure. Night and Day by Lynda Morgart is licensed under a Creative
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Lincoln and Washington Summary Flip Book
This is a simple sheet for kids to fill in the important facts about Lincoln and Washington, in conjunction with Virginia SOL SS1.2. I will do this activity to review the two presidents before students take a test on these two presidents.
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Locke vs. Hobbes Quote Activity
A series of quotes are presented to students. They work either alone or with a partner to determine which philosopher is more likely to have been the author. Additionally, students must explain their rationale for choosing one philosopher over the other. There are 8 quotes in total. Some background
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Supreme Court Building Block Puzzle
I created this project as a way to bring in some kinesthetic learning to my Government class! Essentially, a group of students are given a set of 20 building blocks. Each building block contains an excerpt from a famous Supreme Court opinion (ex. Marbury v. Madison, Brown v. Board, etc.). They follo
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Grade 5 Government Test!
As part of our aspects of citizenship unit, my grade 5s had to take this "citizenship test" to participate in our Citizenship ceremony. It is 5 pages and can be modified to your specific needs and is based on the Ontario Curriculum. It discussed rights and responsibilities, the electoral process, an
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Three Branches of US Government Test
Three Branches of US Government Test assesses student knowledge of the actions and make up of the Legislative, Executive, and Judicial Branches of the US Government.
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US History - Multiple Choice Regents Questions Quiz (Unit 10 of 37)
President George Washington, set future precedents, cabinet of advisors, foreign policy, policy of neutrality, United States needed time to gain economic and military strength, conflict between France and England, Proclamation of Neutrality (1793), safeguard the newly won independence, presidential
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Preamble to the Constitution - Smart-board matching
This is a simple matching activity for my 7th grade Civics class on the Preamble to the Constitution. I import PowerPoint files into my Promethean board software as an "object." I ask my students to complete the matching in their notes and then call on a student to come up and draw a line from the k
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Constitution Basics Review
This worksheet contains questions about the basics of the Constitution of the United States. It covers:-The organization of the Constitution-The preamble-The articles-The Bill of Rights. -Roles of each branch-Checks and balances -Requirements to be a member of Congress-And moreUse this worksheet a
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Need vs. Wants Sort Worksheet
With this worksheet students can sort items that are wants and items that are needs. This would go great with a wants and needs lesson for social studies, reading, or just as a cool exploration during the day!
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Martin Luther King, Jr. 3, 2, 1 FREE
Use this in anticipation or as an assessment for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. Check out the other 3, 2, 1 products in my store!
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Quick Citizenship Quiz
Designed to be a fast citizenship quick for kindergarten or first grade.
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Roles of the President Puzzle
In this activity, students will apply what they have learned about the Executive Office and create their own puzzle. The content of the puzzle will help students review what they have learned about the qualifications to become president and the 7 different roles that the president plays while in off
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Civics: Unit 1 Citizenship and Immigration Test
Follows Florida Civics EOC Standards: SS.7.C.2.1 , SS.7.C.2.2 , SS.7.C.2.3 *Originally made for 7th Grade Civics
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Rural, Suburban, and Urban Communities Powerpoint for Social Studies
This powerpoint contains 9 pictures of rural, suburban, and urban communities. The slides are blank (they do not say which community type they are) which allows for discussion. Pair this with my free assessment sheet! Works to assess students' understanding of TEKS 2.7C
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Benjamin Franklin Graphic Organizer Set
Benjamin Franklin Graphic Organizer set covers standards SS1H1 a and b and SS1CG1. How to use this resource: After introducing this historical figure through books, videos, and additional resources allow students to reflect on the figure with the attached graphic organizer. They can draw, label, an
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Civics EOC
In the Spring of 2014, 7th grade students will be taking the Civics EOC (End of Course) Exam. This document categorizes the NGSSS -SS instructional benchmarks that will be tested into four reporting categories: Origins and Purposes of Law and Government, Roles,Rights and Responsibilities of Citizen
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