Begin with the legislative branch which is responsible for making our laws. The legislative branch, or Congress, is divided into 2 parts: the Senate and the House of Representatives. Give students some more information about each of these, beginning with the Senate. Then, go over the House of Representatives. Have students visit the government website linked in the lesson and find out how many representatives are in their state. Use the pencil tool to write the correct letter for either the Senate or the House of Representatives. Next, explain the responsibilities of the executive branch. Go over the president’s cabinet and the importance of the different departments in the branch. Discuss presidential elections and ask students why they think a president cannot serve more than 2 terms. What do they think of the requirement for presidential candidates? Students then drag words to complete sentences. Finally, discuss the judicial branch and the Supreme Court. Test students’ knowledge by having them drag words into correct boxes.