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Using Three Branches of Government Worksheet, students write each branch of government’s functions into the correct column to understand the function of each part of the government.
Using Being a Good Citizen Worksheet, students learn about what it means to be a good citizen and improve their community.
Using Democracy Worksheet, students research the senators and representatives for their state to suggest change in the government.
Using this Bill of Rights Worksheet, students research the 10 Amendments in the Bill of Rights to learn the rights of every United States citizen.
Using this Constitution Worksheet, students will research important terms and events related to the Constitution.
Using Government Functions Worksheet, students research examples of services the government provides to its citizens.
Using Executive Branch Worksheet, students research the United States Executive Branch to understand the function of this part of the government.
This Donald Trump Reading Comprehension Worksheet is a comprehension story that teaches all about Donald Trump, including facts about him as President.
Using Judicial Branch Worksheet, students research the United States Judicial Branch to understand the function of this part of the government.
Using this George Washington Story Worksheet, students will learn about our first president by reading a short story and answering questions.
Using United States Flag Worksheet, students use pictures and research to learn about the US flag and American history.
Using Legislative Branch Worksheet, students research the United States Legislative Branch to understand the function of this part of the government.
Using this Patriotic Symbols Worksheet, students research important monuments and symbols in US history.
Using Government Services Worksheet, students write descriptions of each of the government services to explain how they can use this service.
Using this Our Freedoms Worksheet, students match the picture with the word that describes the freedom to learn the rights of every United States citizen.
Using First President Facts Activity, students use the Presidential game board to test your knowledge of America’s first President, George Washington!
Using this Our Leaders Worksheet, students research and write about local officials and people who have jobs in their communities.
Using Getting the Job Worksheet, students discuss and record the different positions in your local government where the officials are elected or appointed.