This bundle is full of resources that can be used with any Government Unit! It also includes resources that would work well for interactive notebooks.
____’s Government Unit-- A cover page for a student’s government unit. You can use folded construction paper or a file folder to keep all resources for the unit handy and organized. This page can be glued to the front.
Vocabulary Cards--I’ve included vocabulary cards for the unit. One page has two sets of vocabulary cards (if you are limited in your copy numbers) and the second page has one larger set to the page. You can use whichever you prefer. They are the same words.
Our Classroom Rules--Students can record classroom rules on this page or brainstorm rules they think the class should have.
Write it, Draw it, Use it--Students write the meaning of the word, draw a picture that will help them remember the meaning of the word, and then use the word in a sentence. The first two pages have the vocabulary words already listed. The last page does not have the words listed so that you can fill in your own vocabulary words.
BINGO--I’ve included 3 blank BINGO boards (except for pictures of the Capitol Building, Supreme Court Building, and White House). I’ve also included 3 already filled in BINGO boards using the vocabulary from the vocabulary cards.
Rights and Responsibilities Double Bubble Map--Students use the map to compare and contrast rights they have and responsibilities they have.
Rights and Responsibilities Sort--Students differentiate between rights and responsibilities. Each right has a matching responsibility.
Rules and Laws Double Bubble Map--Students use the map to compare and contrast rules they have at home and school to laws in the community.
Rules and Laws Questions--Students give examples of rules and laws and tell why they are important. They are also able to practice sentence writing.
Three Branches of Government Tree Map--Students categorize important information pertaining to each branch of government.
Flipbook on Levels of Government--Students cut out and fold the booklet. On the inside, students glue in the facts for each level on one side and the matching map on the other. Students color the entire US map for National Level and color the state in which they live for State Level. I did not include a map for the local level but instead provided a box where students can draw a picture of their community.
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~ Bevin Arnold