Republic Definition: Lesson for Kids


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What is the foundation of a republic form of government?

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1. What does a charter or constitution of a republic state?

2. Who are the ones that are elected to be a voice for the people?

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About This Quiz & Worksheet

Many countries in the world today use a republic form of government. How republics work and the purpose of constitutions and charters are some of the topics that you'll see on the quiz.

Quiz & Worksheet Goals

The quiz asks you to:

  • Give the term for the person or people elected to be the people's voice in a republic country
  • Name what is most important in a republic government
  • Describe the foundation of a republic form of government

Skills Practiced

  • Knowledge application - use your knowledge to name the person or people who go to government meetings and help solve problems in a republic
  • Information recall - remember what you've learned about constitutions and charters
  • Reading comprehension - make sure that you can read and understand important information about how power is shared in a republic government

Additional Learning

To find out more about this type of government, view the lesson called Republic Definition: Lesson for Kids. You will learn about:

  • How a government is like a house
  • The meaning of the term majority
  • Who has basic rights in a republic