American Government

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  • eBook Order #: CCP5757
  • Print Book Order #: CC5757
  • Both eBook & Print Book Order #: CC+P5757
  • ISBN13: 978-1-55319-343-2
  • Grades: 5, 6, 7, 8
  • Reading Level: 3-4
  • Total Pages: 60
  • Author: Brenda Rollins

  • Highlights:

    • Representative Democracy
    • The Declaration of Independence
    • Legislative Branch
    • Executive Branch
    • Judicial Branch
    • How a Bill Becomes a Law
    • Democrats & Republicans

    Break down the complicated system that is the American government to discover how it all works.

    Our resource explores the legislative, executive and judicial branches of the federal government to make it easier to understand. Learn what a government is, its roles, and why we need it. Recognize that there are several different kinds of government, like constitutional monarchy, dictatorship and representative democracy. Determine which kind of government embodies the United States. Find out the purpose of the Constitution and what rights citizens have within their government. Make a list of the main ideas for each of the amendments to the Bill of Rights. Move through the systems of government to discover how a bill becomes a law. Become the president and solve three problems your country is having. Aligned to your State Standards and written to Bloom's Taxonomy, additional writing tasks, crossword, word search, comprehension quiz and answer key are also included.

    Customer Reviews

    Based on 13 reviews
    Alicia Odom

    Very useful resource for our adapted government unit.


    This is a wonderful resource to use! I highly recommend it.

    Kaitlin Bevis

    This was exactly what I was looking for! We're not doing American History this year, but we're following current events and the election, so I wanted to include a little bit of American Government or political science. It was impossible to find anything that just focused on the processes and documents and didn't spend an inordinate amount of time going over the history that led to the process. That's important, don't get me wrong, but I really just wanted an overview, and this was exactly what I needed.

    Elisabeth Shepherd

    I loved using this as a unit on American Government. The consistency helped them get into the swing of doing Social Studies daily.

    Jerrod Warner

    Great resource! Looking forward to using it.

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