If your students want to understand how the government works, they’re going to need to know the vocabulary of government. Introduce them to it and help them sharpen their print handwriting skills with this FREE U.S. Government Vocabulary Copywork.
Understanding how the government works is vital for our students. You can help them better understand what they are reading with this FREE U.S. Government Vocabulary Copywork. It introduces ten key government-related vocabulary words and their definitions. Students can practice writing them on the provided pages and can also color the geometrically-themed borders if they choose. In this unit, they will learn the definition of:
- federal system
- legislative branch
- executive branch
- judicial branch
- checks and balances
- expressed powers
- implied powers
- concurrent powers
It’s a great way to combine learning about the government with handwriting practice! Scroll down for your FREE instant download!
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