Learning about the government is super important and should be done as early as possible. These 13 free government worksheets are perfect for early elementary grades. But can be used as a bit of fun for older grades. In fact, we are using them in middle school (they are far too easy for this age level, but a perfect break from the government curriculum we are currently working on!)
These worksheets have the answers included on the sheet so no need for additional resources. However, I will add some of our favorite government resources below.
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These 13 fun government worksheets include the following that you can print out for free.
- US Government
- Executive Branch
- Judicial Branch
- Legislative Branch
- Pledge of Allegiance
- Lady Justice
- Supreme Court
- House of Representatives
- Statue of Liberty
- Declaration of Independence
- Bill of Rights (for even more fun why not print off our free Bill of Rights for kids coloring pages and our free Bill of Rights word search)
If you enjoy this worksheet, you will also love these FREE Presidents Day coloring pages. Have fun learning all about the current and previous Presidents.
Government Resources for Kids
If you are looking for upper elementary and middle school grades check out our homeschool civics curriculum resources.
Here are our favorite government books and resources for kids that work really well along with these free government worksheets.
- Preamble To The Constitution Printable Activity Pack
- USA Government posters
- The Little Book of Government
- What Does the Constitution Say?: A Kid’s Guide to How Our Democracy Works
- Understanding the U.S. Constitution Workbook, Grades 5-12
Free Printable Government Worksheets
Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our printables work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)
Last Updated on 24 August 2022 by homeschoolof1