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Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse

Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
Constitution Day Unit from Teacher's Clubhouse
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The Constitution Day Unit includes a PowerPoint, a minibook, a game, a writing activity, and more Constitution-related activities. (Includes all 10 activities below.)

*Please note our PowerPoints are password-protected from editing and are only compatible with PCs. Mac users will not be able to view our PowerPoints. When opening one of our PowerPoints on your PC, click "Read Only" to view and print the PowerPoint.

1) Preamble Vocabulary: Students chose "constitutional" vocabulary to define, use, and illustrate.
2) Interview a Founding Father: Students pretend to interview one of the Founding Fathers and draw his portrait.
3) Classroom Constitution Form: A class activity to alter the US Constitution to make it a Class Constitution.
4) Three Branches: Students write about the roles and importance of the 3 branches of government.
5) Students' Bill of Rights Poster: A poster showing students' rights and responsibilities in the classroom.
6) Rights and Responsibilities Game: A board game to identify responsibilities that go with our rights.
7) Constitution "I Have...Who Has" Game: A game for students to practice Constitution-related terms.
8) Constitution Timeline: Students illustrate important Constitution-related events and organize them in timeline form.
9) Constitution Day Minibook: A minibook about the history of the Constitution with follow-up questions included.
10) Constitution Day PowerPoint (PC Only): A PowerPoint to explain why and how the Constitution was written and to highlight important parts, including the 3 branches of government and the Bill of Rights. (10 slides)

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21 pages total, 10 slides total
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