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Impeachment President and Congress The President President's Job, Part I President's Job, Part II President's Cabinet President Has Fun

The President's Cabinet

There are a lot of closed doors down these hallways. Who works behind them? Each door enters a department of the executive branch of the U.S. government. A Cabinet member is working behind each one. Most of them have the title of "Secretary" of their department.

Read the word or phrase on the door that describes the responsibility of the department. Then write the full title of the department of the executive branch that belongs on the name plate. Note: All but one answer begins with "Secretary of ____?____."

Rollover the images to see if your answers match the correct ones on the blue arrows when the doors open.

Money

Foreign Affairs

Armed Forces

Legal Issues


U.S. Lands


Farming


Business


Working Conditions


Research on Energy


Roads, etc.


U.S. Schools


War Veterans


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Did you know James Madison of Virginia was responsible for proposing the resolution to
create the various Cabinet positions within the Executive Branch?

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