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Federalism is split between powers it gives the states power over their own state and it give the National government power over the states. It also helps to limit the power of the government.

Federalism PowerPoint Presentation

American Federalism: Powers Delegated to the National Government and the Powers Reserved to the States

$6.99 The Federal System of Government (Federalism) Lecture, Activity & Game (Civics)    Students will be able to understand the Federal System of Gove...

The Federal System of Government (Federalism) Lecture, Activity & Game (Civics)

The Federal System of Government (Federalism) Lecture, Activity and Game (Civics) Students will be able to understand the Federal System of Govern.

Federalists and Anti-Federalists Debate the New Constitution!  Students primary source documents to contrast two key issues:  Representation In Congress and Who Should Hold the Power:  the States of the Federal Government?

Federalists and Anti-Federalists Debate the New Constitution! Students primary source documents to contrast two key issues: Representation In Congress and Who Should Hold the Power: the States of the Federal Government?

free Branches of Government poster for kids from the US Government’s Publications Department.

FREE 3 Branches of Government Poster (Great for Teachers & Homeschoolers)

free Branches of Government poster for kids from the US Government’s Publications Department.

Different Types Of Government Systems

Different Types Of Government Systems Some children may not realize that not every country is run the same way. This chart emphasizes the differences in how governments can be run.

Teach the Declaration of Independence the Fun Way!

Teach the Declaration of Independence the Fun Way!

“We just gloss over the Declaration of Independence at our school. The words are just too hard for my graders to understand.” I’m sure you can imagine the look on my face.

Studying the Constitution?  Need an assessment on Federalism and delegated powers?  Would you like a sorting activity on these powers? Come on by and get...             Click on the picture above to go to          to get download your copy!    Happy Sorting!

Who's Got the Power?

Studying the Constitution? Need an assessment on Federalism and delegated powers? Would you like a sorting activity on these powers?

Canada's Three Levels of Government Freebie is intended to acquaint students with the federal, provincial/territorial, and municipal governments. $0.00

Canada's Three Levels of Government Freebie is intended to acquaint students with the federal, provincial/territorial, and municipal governments which govern Canada, as well as the various responsibilities and government officials of each level.

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Major Compromises Explained.

Indeed, there are five major compromises. The Great Compromise creates a bicameral legislature, one house of representation that is primarily based on population,and the senate, which gives 2 repre…

BASIC (grade 4): The Differences Between the New Jersey and the Virginia Plan, and what became known as the Connecticut Plan or Great Compromise.

The Great Compromise was a compromise between the New Jersey Plan and the Virginia Plan. It has ideas from each plan for example, there might be a bicameral legislature but there is also equal representation.

Need a great way to teach about Congress and the Legislative Branch in your civics class? Enjoy this Legislative Branch simulation lesson. Students will participate in writing bills for their school or community while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process.  Learning how a bill becomes a law has never been so exciting!  This Legislative branch simulation has become one of the highlights in my civics and government classes. #civics #legislativebranch #congress

The Legislative Branch: Social Studies Simulation (How a Bill Becomes a Law)

Make Civics exciting and practical for students with this Legislative Branch, Social Studies Simulation. Students will participate in writing bills for their school, community, or state while learning the various stages within the lawmaking process.

Handout on local, state and federal levels of government for junior high or high school students. From SenateDemocrats.IN.gov

Handout on local, state and federal levels of government for junior high or high school students. From SenateDemocrats.

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