Three Branches of Government Activities
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- The activities in this bundle will be a great addition to your upper elementary American social studies lessons plans. This bundle contains a combination of activities that will help students get to know more about the early exploration of the New World, the people of the American Revolution, the thPrice $7.20Original Price $14.00Save $6.80
Are you looking for some different activities to help your students learn about the three branches of the United States government? Let's have some fun and learn about the United States branches of the government! The hands-on learning activities will have your students identifying and understanding the responsibilities of each branch. Along with the hands-on sorting activity, students will show what they have learned with the K-W-L chart and the student assessment will show what they have learned.
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*About the Author
*Answer key for each branch's responsibilities
*Quiz about each government's responsibilities
*Quiz answer key
The activities in this product could be used in a variety of ways in your classroom. It could be a center activity, a small group lesson, or even a class group lesson. It would also make a ready made lesson for your Sub file!
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