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DaisyDoggy presents: "Three Branches of Government Tree Craft Activity + Flipbook." This craft activity is a great way to introduce, teach, or assess student's understanding of the Executive, Legislative, and Judicial branches of government. Once all pieces of the tree are colored and cut out, the
Wow your students on Constitution Day or any time of the year with this unique stretch book about the Preamble! Students will think about and illustrate the meaning of each section of the Preamble. Two versions of the book are included. For a more in-depth study, students write their own interpretat
Take a virtual field trip to our nation's capital! Students make a suitcase using a manila file folder. In it, they complete an assortment of brief activities based on passages written about key Washington, D.C. locations, monuments and memorials. *** BUNDLE ALERT!! *** *** Save over 25% by pu
I am so excited to bring you this fun, interactive lapbook that is perfect for teaching your students about important citizenship concepts. My students loved putting together their lapbooks, and I know yours will too! This 13 page packet includes each foldable flap and directions on how to put the
State research project template plus posters for all 50 states!This resource includes everything you will need to seamlessly implement a state report project in your classroom, including detailed instructions and rubrics. The template will work with any state that a student is researching. >&gt
Back to School can be lots of fun with these Passports! Encourage your students to exhibit good citizenship by teaching the 6 character traits: respect, responsibility, trustworthiness, caring, fairness and citizenship. Students can illustrate or write what they know and or learned about the charact
Honor our military veterans during Veterans Day, Armed Forces Day, Memorial Day, Patriot Day (9/11), and other patriotic holidays, by creating this easy-to-make project that you can display in your classroom or school hallway.This ready-to-go, time-saving project becomes a beautiful, kinesthetic dis
This unit was designed to meet Colorado Content Standards for Third Grade. This 35 page unit is designed to be taught over 20 days of class time. It integrates technology for several lessons. It introduces students to state and local government positions: Senator State Representatives Governor
This contains my Preamble Stretch Book and Bill of Rights Stretch Book. Save money by purchasing them both at the same time! These stretch books are also available for purchase individually.Click below for a full product description and preview of each stretch book.Preamble Stretch BookBill of Right
Mini Student book on Checks and balances, Three branches of Government Fold-ables, Flip-ables and Slide-ables for projects and interactive notebooks. The following activities can be used with 4th – 8th grades to accompany your lessons about the US Government. There are a multitude of YouTube video
This United States Civics and Government Envelope Book Kit includes 9 PAGES OF INFORMATIONAL PASSAGES about citizenship, the Pledge of Allegiance, local government, branches of government, and the history of government, plus black line masters and step by step photo directions for making an envelope
Class Discussions: Want students to be informed and engaged about important social issues in any content area? Try this no prep, print and go, Hot Topics Class Discussion Assignment. This can be used with any type of non-fiction text, news broadcast, documentary or video on any topic in the content
Students role play muckrakers with these four inquiry-based activities. Students read primary sources and make connections to modern-day investigative journalism. Have students choose one or all of the activities as part of your Progressive Era studies. Ready-to-use at stations, in small groups o
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! Please note that this unit will be updated a
With this flip-book, students will learn about where in the world they live. It lets them explore their continent, country and state, all the way down to their home town. This booklet is specially made for United States residents, so the only customizing you will need to do is identify your state,
Engage your students with this fun, 34 page resource to help your students produce a research report on a city or cities. It makes report writing fun and easy! This report resource contains worksheets, organizers, tools and forms to use for your students to create, develop, write, edit, illustrate,
This activity includes a cut and paste activity on the three branches of government. The first page includes labels for the three branches with pictures, duties and jobs of each branch, and a title label. The second page includes parts of a tree. The students will cut along the dotted lines provide
Wow your students with this unique stretch book about the Bill of Rights! Students will think about and illustrate each of the first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution. Two versions of the book are included. For a more in-depth study, students write their own abbreviated version of each amendme
In this creative and fun activity students will learn about the different economic systems that developed during the Industrial Revolution: Capitalism, Utilitarianism, Socialism, and Communism. Both Print & Digital (Google drive) versions included!The teacher begins by taking a poll of the class
Students view and analyze a commercial and present its use of persuasive techniques in front of the class. They apply their understanding of techniques and appeals while practicing speaking skills.What you get:-Step-by-Step Project Guidelines-Choice of analytic or holistic Rubrics-An analysis worksh
Are you looking for a way to introduce a discussion about the U.S. Constitution and the Bill of Rights into your planning? Looking for a way to teach "Constitution Day" in your Social Studies curriculum? This assignment will do the trick. Students are introduced to some basic facts about the Bill
Project Explanation: This assignment is a quarter-long project that incorporates reading, writing, civics, critical thinking, and real world experience. Students take three beloved fairy tales and put the characters to the test. The Wolf character is put on trial to see if he is innocent or guilt
"Let's Get The Party Started!" This presidential election simulation is an excellent way for students to comprehend all aspects of political parties and the campaigns needed to elect a presidential candidate.The teacher will divide class into groups of 4 to 5 students per group. Each group will de
Teach your students about the American criminal justice system by holding your own mock trial project! With a printable story, definitions, courtroom roles and procedures, writing prompts, and trial information, your students will have everything they need to put the Third Little Pig on trial - all

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