State Government Lesson for Kids

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Who is elected to be in charge of the Executive Branch in a state government?

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1. States' rights are powers not given to the federal government in the U.S. Constitution. These are also called:

2. What state has only one house in the legislature?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

The quiz and worksheet help test your understanding of state government. You can do well on the quiz if you know about the executive branch and know which state only has one house in the legislature.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

We created these materials to check your understanding of:

  • What was established in McCulloch vs. Maryland
  • Something that determines what powers belong to the state and federal governments
  • The person in charge of the executive branch
  • What the states' rights that are not given to the federal government are called

Skills Practiced

  • Reading comprehension - make sure that you pick out the most important details from the lesson on state government
  • Information recall - remember the details you picked up about what happened because of McCulloch vs. Maryland
  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to answer questions about state government facts

Additional Learning

The lesson called State Government Lesson for Kids is a tool that helps you learn more about this government. It also helps you:

  • Review the history of the states' rights
  • See what type of power the states have
  • Look at governments today
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