Federalism: the relationship between state governments and the federal government. This split gives some power left up to the federal government but also reserves other powers for the states. Federalism began with the Constituion. -Jordan Wright
This Three Branches of Government is a large unit that includes a section of the Greek influence on United States government, a large section on the three branches of government (executive, legislative, and judicial) and the levels of government (national, state, and local). There are activities, worksheets, graphic organizers, vocabulary cards, and more....
Your fourth or fifth grade students will love creating mobiles to show what they know about the branches of government. Visit http://Enjoy-Teaching.com for directions, pictures, and a free template for the United States government.
What's Your State Government Known For? [Infographic]
PERFECT for Social Studies integration with ELA! U.S. Government texts for 4th & 5th grade PERFECT for use in Social Studies context or integrated into ELA during guided reading groups! Could also be given as homework! Common core questions and answer keys included.
Interactive Notebook / Journal - The GOVERNMENT - Social Studies (Gr. 3-5)
The Founding Fathers of the United States of America set up a most unique form of government. There are three branches, each with its own set of responsibilities. This product can help make those responsibilities clear and understandable to students as they sort the various responsibilities using the branch labels included. $
Three Branches of Government Song | Government | Branches of Government | United States Government This song is about the three branches of government: executive, legislative, and judicial. It is sung to the tune of 99 Bottles of Coke. It can be blown up into big posters for you to hang on your wall. I also included smaller versions for students to glue into their interactive notebooks.