This student-centered activity has students examine the first 10 amendments of the Constitution a.k.a. the Bill of Rights.
Students work in partners or small groups to create a gallery display for one of the 10 amendments from the Bill of Rights. Students get up and moving to go on a gallery walk of each other’s work and reflect on the Bill of Rights. This activity is a great addition to your inquiry-based study of U.S. History, for Constitution Day, or for Bill of Rights Day (December 15).
Included in this ready to use guide
- Teacher's guide for how to use
- Student handouts for creating gallery exhibit and gallery walk
- Samples of student work
Related bundles include:
- American Revolution Teacher Resource Bundle
- Early America Gallery Walk Bundle
- US History the American Colonies through the civil war Early America curriculum bundle
Other American Revolution Resources include:
-American Revolution: Interactive Notebook Timeline Activity
-American Revolution: Stamp Act, Sugar Act, and More Station Activities
-American Revolution: Student-Centered Unit Project
- American Revolution: Figures of the American Revolution Station Activities
- American Revolution: Illustrated Timeline
- American Revolution: Road to Revolution Group Project
- American Revolution: Gallery Walk of the Battles of the Revolution
- American Revolution: What's the Question Bell Ringers
- The Articles of the Confederation: Notes and Activities
- Bill of Rights: Student Created Gallery Walk
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