Social Studies Lesson - Laws and Governance, Grade 2

  • Activity 1 / Laws, Rights, and Responsibilities

  • Activity 2 / The 3 Branches of Government

  • Activity 3 / Follow the Law Worksheet


    Rules at home and out in public differ, since breaking the law can result in harsh consequences!
    Kids should understand the difference to learn more about life in their community.  Rules and law worksheets for 2nd grade review the difference between common everyday laws and rules in the home.

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  • Activity 4 / 3 Branches of Government Worksheet


    In the United States, there are three branches or tiers of government, and each one has their own areas that they deal with. The legislative branch of government makes the laws that govern the area, they are the lawmakers. The executive branch of government enforces the laws to make sure the citizens follow them. And, the judicial branch of government reviews laws to make sure that they are fair. Now, ask your child to trace the correct line to show what happens in each branch of government in this worksheet.

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  • Activity 5 / US Government Buildings Printable


    Learning about the government can be confusing for kids with so many places and people to remember!
    Help your child understand our government with this US government buildings worksheet, designed to help your child keep each track of each building and governing body!

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