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The Bill of Rights- What a fun topic to teach and study! This reading and social studies activity is interesting and thought-provoking for students. Students will work in cooperative groups to examine scenarios with realistic situations. They will decide if the person's rights were respected, acco
CLASSROOM MANAGEMENT SYSTEM! Make your own CLASSROOM BILL OF RIGHTS and CONSTITUTION! Refer to POSTERS all year long to remind students about RIGHTS and RESPONSIBILITIES!Classroom RULES and RIGHTS lesson, posters and Classroom Management System.Included: *Classroom Posters*Group Experience Activity
This 2-page handout outlines the U.S. Bill of Rights in a student-friendly language, then asks them to create a Bill of Rights for their classroom! A great activity to go along with the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, or even as a beginning of the year activity!
Go paperless with our interactive digital reading comprehension activity. Help your students to learn about the Bill of Rights - the first 10 amendments to the US Constitution - with this digital reading comprehension activity. Students complete activities to earn puzzle pieces and produce a beautif
This Google Slides Notebook outlines the U.S. Bill of Rights in a student-friendly language, then asks them to create a Bill of Rights for their classroom! A great activity to go along with the Bill of Rights, the Constitution, or even as a beginning of the year activity! All text and images are em
This lesson provides students with an opportunity to transfer knowledge and apply what they have learned about the process of creating the Bill of Rights to the United States Constitution by emulating that process to create a Classroom Bill of Rights. It is aligned to the Common Core State Standards
Bill of Rights Classroom Poster SetNeed classroom decor that also teaches core content?Want to introduce the Bill of Rights for study in your Government or History classroom?This is a set of 20 posters for a Social Studies classroom. Includes posters of the 10 amendments making up the Bill of Right
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This Bill of Rights poster set is perfect for the secondary classroom. Each poster contains the original language of the Constitution, as well as, a student friendly interpretation of the amendment. Just print and hang for the perfect bulletin board. Posters will print on 8.5 x 11 paper. Related Pro
Includes:Introduction/History of the Bill of RightsAmendments 1-10Write a Petition ActivityReview Worksheets
This is a 10 question multiple choice worksheet/handout that handles the martial covered in the Annenberg Classroom video 'The Story of the Bill of Rights.'The story about the struggle over the Bill of Rights is told in this documentary, which explains how these individual freedoms that often are ta
This resource is great for practicing The Bill of Rights in an interactive setting, studying US Government, Social Studies, or History.• In my classroom I divided my students up into a judge, 4 teams of lawyers, and the rest into citizens. The students followed the provided script after I explained
Classroom Bill of Rights & Responsibilities Anchor Chart and Poster. Great for middle school, kindergarten, elementary school, social studies space, etc. Advice: I sent my PDF to a print shop to receive a high-quality fabric poster print that I could use year after year.OTHER PRODUCTS FEATURED:C
Our US Constitution is one of the most important documents. A big part of the Constitution is the Bill of Rights. Engage your students with the Bill of Rights by having them explain what each of the ten Bill of Rights means. This set of ten banners can be used in so many different ways. Share your i
3rd - 6th

Also included in: BILL OF RIGHTS 3 BUNDLE SET

I typed, printed and stained these signs with coffee to antique them. I framed mine, but you could use them on a bulletin board display as well. There is a picture of my version at facebook.com/mrsreddsclassroom.
Great first day of school activity. Teach the kids about the Bill of Rights while also teaching classroom rules. Start with rules on day one, and then teach about the Bill of Rights for the remainder of the week.
4th - 8th
In this resource, there is a nonfiction reading passage based on the Bill of Rights. It discusses the history behind the adoption of the Bill of Rights, along with each of the 10 amendments. It is differentiated for your high, mid, and lower level students. Integrate science content with your readin
Bill of Rights SORT with print and digital version for distance learningThis hands-on sort is a fun way for students to learn about the Bill of Rights. This activity includes the first ten amendments, definitions, and a real life scenario. This activity includes a digital version for use with Google
These cootie catchers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the Bill of Rights. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.These Cootie Catchers contain all 10 Amendments in the Bill of Rights: Students must identify the amendment based from the description. Or Stud
This three-week unit will make the US Constitution accessible, meaningful, engaging for your students. Even better, I've designed it to be easy to prep and teach. *DISTANCE LEARNING UPDATE* (March 2020)This unit now includes DIGITAL ACCESS via Google Slides.*I have created a Google Slides resource f
5th - 8th
In this engaging Bill of Rights scenarios lesson, students examine a variety of scenarios to discover which of the Bill of Rights has been violated! There are 15 Bill of Rights scenarios in total, and students can work individually or in pairs to solve which of the first 10 amendments has been brok
The Bill of Rights Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode interesting facts about the Bill of Rights, amendments 1-10, Due Process, Freedom of Speech and the Establishment Clause etc. The Bill of Rights Escape Room has students
Challenge your students to apply the Bill of Rights in current issues, political cartoons, images and court cases with these Bill of Rights scenarios. This product will give you multiple scenarios to review and apply the Bill of Rights with your students! All of these scenarios will help your studen
Bill of Rights- Facilitate interesting and engaging conversations with this fun activity! This is a fun, unique way for students to learn about the Bill of Rights. In the first part of this activity, students work in cooperative groups to read about, discuss, and determine the rights that are most i
United States History Interactive PowerPoint Bundle & Interactive Google Slides **New Update - Now includes additional INTERACTIVE Google Slides versions for Distance Learning during Covid-19 | Coronavirus ***Watch this quick preview video to see an Interactive PowerPoint in action! (This is a f

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