First, explain how a bill begins with an idea that passes through Congress and gains a sponsor. Ask students if they have an idea to fix a problem or address a need. Next, explain how a bill is introduced and then how it goes to a committee. After this, the bill is reported and debated. Explain how a bill is voted on and its process through the senate. Ask students if they think aby part of this process so far should be reformed? What changes might they recommend? Finally, discuss the role of the president and the different actions he can take. After this, students read the statements and use the pencil tool to write “true” or “false” on the lines. Then have students drag the steps into the right order to show how a bill becomes a law.