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Help your 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students learn all about the Branches of Government wtih these ready to print anchor charts. They are student friendly and fit perfectly in your social studies interactive notebooks. #branchesofgovernment #socialstudies

Help your 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade students learn all about the Branches of Government wtih these ready to print anchor charts. They are student friendly and fit perfectly in your social studies interactive notebooks. #branchesofgovernment #socialstudies

Test your middle schooler's knowledge of our government system with a fill in the blanks diagram.

Test your scholar’s knowledge of our government system with a fill in the blanks diagram. Use the graphic organizer to reflect on the three main branches of government, and the parts that make up each branch.

Students will answer questions about power and the rights of citizens to understand each of the four major types of government. Enjoy this FREEBIE, complete with sample answers!

Description Students will answer questions about power and the rights of citizens to understand each of the four major types of government. Enjoy this FREEBIE, complete with sample answers!

Literature: Our Government: The Three Branches by Shelly Buchanan   Strands: 4th grade, Roles and Systems of Government, "A constitution is a written plan for government. The Ohio Constitution and the U.S. Constitution separate the major responsibilities of government among three branches."

Literature: Our Government: The Three Branches by Shelly Buchanan Strands: 4th grade, Roles and Systems of Government, "A constitution is a written plan for government. The Ohio Constitution and the U.S. Constitution separate the major responsibilities of government among three branches."

(Teaching Strategy) Standard: Describe how the three branches of government interact with each other (checks and balances and separation of powers), and how they relate to local, state, and federal government.

(Teaching Strategy) Standard: Describe how the three branches of government interact with each other (checks and balances and separation of powers), and how they relate to local, state, and federal government.