This is a fun and engaging way to review U.S. Government content with your students on the Constitution/Federalism/Foundations of U.S. Government! This Jeopardy-style game includes two boards/two rounds, which means it includes 51 questions and answers (including one final round question). The questions cover: The Constitution, Founding Principles of Government, Federalism, the Early Republic, Amendments, and more! I use the Magruder's textbook, so questions will fall in line with Chapters 1-4, but should be comparable to any U.S. Government curriculum. In addition, the game is editable, so you can make any necessary changes for your own curriculum. You can find a game for each unit at my store for $4 each OR you may purchase the full U.S. Government Review Game BUNDLE
, which includes 6 review games at 25% off! Both are available at Holly's Social Studies Store
This product is also available in the following bundles that offer products at a discounted rate:
-Constitution and Federalism Bundle for U.S. Government
-Constitution and Federalism BIG BUNDLE for BOTH Regular and AP® U.S. Government classes
Check out these other great U.S. Government Review Games, also available in my store:
Unit 2 Review Game: Elections, Parties, SIGs, Voting
Unit 3 Review Game: Legislative Branch
Unit 4 Review Game: Executive Branch
Unit 5 Review Game: Judicial Branch (including Civil Rights and Liberties)
Government Final Review Game
Government Review Game BUNDLE-6 Games
If you are an AP® Government teacher:
I have designed review games specifically for Advanced level students, available in my store. Check out my AP® Government Switch-Up Game BUNDLE- 9 Games!
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