Bill of Rights Word Wall with definitions! These 10 Amendments word wall cards are great reference for Bill of Rights lessons as word walls or Social Studies standards boards. Showcase the first 10 amendments and get students interested in the Bill of Rights!
Perfect for meaningful movement breaks: Give students time to visit the word wall to read about each amendment! Have them silently read each description, read the cards to a buddy, OR (my favorite) have one partner read the description and the other partner guess which word is being described!
All 10 Bill of Rights Amendments Included:
Freedom of Speech, Religion, Press, Assembly, and Petition
Right to Bear Arms
Quartering of Soldiers
Arrests and Searches
Rights of Persons Accused of Crimes
Rights of Persons on Trial for Crimes
Jury Trials in Civil Cases
Limitations on Bail and Punishments
Rights Kept by the People
Powers Kept by the States or the People
**Have access to classroom iPads? This is a great companion to my Bill of Rights QR code iPad activity
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