United States Government flippables for a Social Studies INTERACTIVE NOTEBOOK- incorporate these fun notebooking activities into your lessons.
Before you read about this notebook, let me tell you about my SS interactive notebook bundle.....I am offering this notebook pack in a bundled pack with several of my other social studies notebook packs at a reduced price. You can get 4 notebooks for a big savings. To see this HUGE bundle - Click HERE for all of the details.
UPDATE: I now offer this in my MEGA SS bundle
Now, what is in this notebook pack for $5?
Do you use a social studies interactive notebook/journal in your classroom? If so, this is the perfect pack to go along with your other activities related to government.
There is a flippable included for these skills to teach about US Government
*some important basic vocabulary
*Greek Architecture Influences
*Olympics and Architecture influences on today's traditions
*Direct Democracy/Representative Democracy
*Close reading passage on Branches of Government
*Checks and Balances
*Branches of Government
*Levels of Government
*Jobs and Duties of Each Branch (this is also sold separately in my store)
*How a bill becomes a law flow chart
*Importance of voting, obeying laws, and volunteering.
Click on the preview above to get a view of what is included.
I have listed this as grades 3-5, but depending on where you teach will determine if these objectives are taught in those grades where you are. Please look at the topics to see if they are something you think will work for you.
I have included some teacher note pages and a few suggested ways to use them in your journals. With your guidance, as well as incorporating other government activities and reading passages, this will provide a great way for students to remember these basic skills.
NOTE: Don't forget to check out my other interactive social studies notebooks that include close readings and activities related to US History. I also have one on maps and globe skills.
For other creative lesson ideas, click on 'elementary lesson plans' by my picture above.
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