The 3 Branches of Government Anchor Chart
Here's a nice anchor chart on branches state of government. (This is example is for South Carolina, but this model will work for most states.)
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Kids read the Constitution and color code the powers and authorities of each branch on this printable worksheet.
A fun interactive game for elementary-aged students to reconstruct the Bill of Rights using our basic freedoms by the National Constitution Center.
Check out this great activity that will get students thinking, interacting, and competing while learning about the legislative process.
The Declaration of Independence (The Weeknd's "Can't Feel My Face" Parody) - YouTube
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Federalism and Shared Power
My Bill of Rights anchor chart 5th grade
Here's a foldable on the branches of government. Full lesson plan: http://www.fwisd.org/socialstudies/Documents/grade_k-3_govt-branches.pdf
Challenge students to order rights from most important to least important and justify their answers.
Branches of Government anchor chart and ideas for teaching government to elementary students
Branches of Government notebooking <---this would make a great poster to hang up in the school room for the kids to have a visual.
Branches of Government Anchor Chart- us
3 branches of government
Grab a FREE United States government choice board with this blog post! It includes many great activities for teaching government!
Using primary sources in creating anchor charts...I always scramble for a constitution day activity...