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Civics & Government Worksheets and Printables

Civics worksheets and government worksheets for kids are great for history students. Civics and government worksheets help kids learn about the formation of the Bill of Rights, the Civil War, the history of presidents, and more. Use these civics worksheets and government worksheets for kids to get a full picture of how the United States's rules were formed and how they are implemented today. Try these civics and government worksheets with your blossoming politician.

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Learn about the USA's three branches of government and where each one works.
Civics & Government
Second Grade
Introduce your child to the United States judicial system and a famous lady who knows how to lay down the law -- Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg!
Civics & Government
Third Grade
Here is a fun way to practice vocabulary from the Civil War. Your student will unscramble each term, using the word bank for help.
Civics & Government
Middle School
This simple coloring page features President Obama in front of the American flag.
Civics & Government
Second Grade
Learn the basic facts about the U.S. flag and see the different places where it's waved.
Civics & Government
Second Grade
Learn more about the Barack Obama 2012 campaign by coloring in the picture and reading the fun facts.
Civics & Government
Second Grade
Color in a picture of Mitt Romney, the Rebublican presidential candidate in the 2012 election.
Civics & Government
Second Grade
Has your child memorized the Pledge of Allegiance? Help her learn the words with this fill-in-the-blank worksheet.
Civics & Government
First Grade
Every state has lots of court houses and hundreds of judges, but our country has set one court above all the rest -- the Supreme Court.
Civics & Government
Middle School
Here is a great opportunity to talk with your child about goods and services. She'll read the definitions and come up with a few examples of each.
Civics & Government
Second Grade
Imagine you were the U.S. president and decide where to stand on controversial issues. You can't please all the people all the time!
Civics & Government
Fourth Grade
When the president speaks, people listen. If you were the president, with the whole country listening, what would you say?
Civics & Government
Fourth Grade
Put your child in command of her vocabulary with this presidentially-themed spelling test especially for 4th graders.
Civics & Government
Fourth Grade
What's the difference between the Republican Party and the Democratic Party? Use your super researching skills to discover where each political party stands.
Civics & Government
Fifth Grade
Challenge your child with a little lesson in U.S. government, with this government building match-up.
Civics & Government
Second Grade

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