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Federalism: the relationship between state governments and the federal government.  This split gives some power left up to the federal government but also reserves other powers for the states. Federalism began with the Constituion. -Jordan Wright

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Here's a foldable on the branches of government.  Full lesson plan: http://www.fwisd.org/socialstudies/Documents/grade_k-3_govt-branches.pdf

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3 Branches of Government

The Untied States government has three branches. They are the Legislation, Executive and Judicial Branches. The House and the Senate fall under the legislation branch. Thee word Congress normally …