Wonderful Introduction to the topics of Separation of Powers and Checks and Balances. Includes guided notes, PowerPoint presentation with links to fun videos, and an answer key. I hope that your students enjoy this lesson as much as mine have!
This graphic organizer activity is wonderful for the American History Westward Expansion Unit. It allows students to visualize the pros and cons of westward expansion. This activity can also be used as an assessment of students knowledge. My
My students LOVE this game! Whenever we have a test or quiz coming up they always ask if we are going to play the "Castle Game".
This review game is cross curricular and can be used in any grade level or subject. As a Social Studies teacher I use
Other (Math), Other (Science), Other (Social Studies - History)
This resource is great for explaining the differences between expressed, implied, enumerated /delegated, reserved and concurrent powers in the federal government. My students loved this graphic organizer. They also enjoyed coloring it in.
This is a Civics review game for the ENTIRE year's worth of content! In this bundle is vocabulary terms and definitions form Quarters 1,2,3, and 4. I uses this Bingo game for the EOC review. I also use these games for their quarterly exams and Unit
This is a great introduction to the 3 branches of government. Included is a graphic organizer. For the Answer Key and PowerPoint please see the other version that is $2.50. Thank you for your purchase!
This is an example of a Lewis and Clark Brochure activity that I use for my U.S. History class. I showed this to my students as an example so that they knew the quality of work that I expected from them on the project. This activity can also be used
This booklet contains readings about the American Revolution along with a timeline, the roles of women, African Americans, spies, and the Son's of Liberty. Throughout the booklet there are questions for the students to answer. I use this booklet
This is a great introduction to the Industrial Revolution. Included is a short reading and a crossword puzzle. Topics:Definition of Industrial RevolutionHow long it lastedWhere it beganWhen it started in the U.S. Cultural ChangesTransportation
Included is Lecture Notes for students, Teacher Notes and a PowerPoint which discusses the 3 categories of the Bill of Rights. This activity should take an entire class period. 3 Categories-Freedoms of the individual-Rights of the