What a fun way to review the Three Branches of Government with your entire class! They will love to get up and move while reviewing this fun, yet challenging social studies concept.
How the game works:
Place the 16 government question cards, face up, around the room. I usually put them on some students' desks, the carpet, back table, etc.... As long as the students know where they are, it's fine.
Then, using a clipboard, or hard back book, students walk around with their "fill in the answer" sheet and answer the government questions on all of the cards.
If they need help, they write the number of the question card they are having difficulty with in the "I need help please" box. Another student can help them if they are stuck.
When the students start to finish, pair them up with an answer key and have them check their answers. This game is tons of fun and gets your students up and moving, working the room, answering the questions.
This file comes with a cover page, setup instructions, how to play directions, sixteen questions pertaining to the three branches of government, a fill in the blank recording page, and an answer key.
Many of the graphics used in this flipchart lesson were purchased and licensed commercially by: Kate Hadfield Designs