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Exploring the US' executive branch



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You can keep track of your score in a 4x3 grid (a sticky note is fine). Answer key on the last page.Layelle Bridgeford | Mrs. Blankenbicker's American Government | 15 November 2023


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The head of the executive branch! Do you know these intriguing fun facts on former presidents?

Executive Office

The Executive Office of the President (EOP) has 17 different councils.

White House

The home of the executive branch has an extensive and intriguing history.

Checks & Balances

How the executive branch works with other federal branches.















White House


Presidents for $10 This former president and his wife have both been awarded Grammys. Who is... A. Ronald Reagan B. Donald Trump C. Bill Clinton D. Barack Obama

Presidents for $15 Considering he was the longest serving president, it's not surprising he won all of his elections in a landslide. Who is... A. George Washington B. Abraham Lincoln C. Franklin Roosevelt D. Ronald Reagan

Presidents for $20 The only president to serve non-consecutive terms, though that may change in the 2024 election. Who is... A. Franklin Delano Roosevelt B. Grover Cleveland C. Bill Clinton D. Benjamin Harrison

Executive Office (EOP) for $10 "Advising the President on economic policy based on data, research, and evidence." - White House What is... A. Office of the United States Trade Representative (USTR) B. Office of Managment and Budget (OMB) C. Council of Economic Advisers (CEA) D. National Economic Council (NEC)

Executive Office (EOP) for $15 "Serves to engage State, local, and Tribal governments, in addition to elected officials across Puerto Rico and our island communities, to address the most pressing issues impacting our country and communities." What is... A. Presidential Personnel Office B. Office of Public Engagement C. Domestic Policy Council D. Office of Intergovernmental Affairs

Executive Office for $20 "President Biden often says, โ€œAmerica is the only nation that can be defined by a single word: possibilities.โ€ [This committee] works to bring that idea to life." - White House What is... A. Office of Science and Technology Policy B. National Space Council C. Climate Policy Office D. Office of the United States Trade Representative

White House for $10 In 1929, the White House suffered a second fire on which holiday? What is... A: Valentine's ๐Ÿ’— B: Christmas Eve ๐ŸŽ„ C: Thanksgiving ๐Ÿฆƒ D: Halloween ๐ŸŽƒ

White House for $15 One of the longest living presidents, he was also the first to live in the White House. Who is... A: John Adams B: Thomas Jefferson C: John Quincy Adams D: James Madison

White House for $20 October 13, 2023 marks the White House's anniversary of how many years? What is... A: 123 years B: 231 years C: 321 years D: 432 years

Checks and Balances for $10 This branch nominates Supreme Court justices. A. Executive B. Legislative C. Judicial

Checks and Balances for $15 This branch has the power to approve Presidential nominations. A. Executive B. Legislative C. Judicial

Checks and Balances for $20 This branch has the power to override Executive Orders. A. Executive B. Legislative C. Judicial

White house facts: Constitution.gov


President facts: History.com

EOP facts: Whitehouse.gov

Checks and balances facts: Usa.gov

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Answer Key

More facts: Bensguide.gpo.gov