Why weren't the Articles of Confederation the best plan for our government? How would our lives be different if the Constitution hadn't been written? Differentiated activities let kids decide for themselves. priced item
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Have a frog in your throat? Students don't know idioms! Ready to print worksheets included. Have your students draw pictures of the literal meanings. FUN! The cards in this packet can be laminated for future use. priced item
From the Mixed Up Files of Mrs. Basil E. Frankweiler ready to print student worksheets! priced item
Great check list for nonfiction text. Packet also includes students worksheets and more. priced item
US Constitution Detectives Creative Activity
Your students will become detectives and research the U.S. Constitution in a fun and meaningful way. This is a comprehensive 11-page document that includes questions about the Constitution. The questions are all referenced by the Article and Section within the Constitution. This project will make learning about this important document more understandable for your students. It is written in user friendly terms, not 1780s language. $
Constitution Day Writing Activity- 3 differentiated options
Kids should know what the ten amendments of the Constitution are and why they're so important. Situations they'll relate to are included as well as other other activities. Priced item.
September 17 is Constitution Day. This Constitution Day Activity Pack is a great way to teach your students all about the U.S. Constitution! $
Ready to print student worksheets for A Thousand Splendid Suns. priced item
United States Constitution Unit: 15 fun lessons to teach the U.S. Constitution
The United States Constitution - A Unit Plan! 10 highly-engaging and interactive lessons to teach the failure of the Articles of Confederation, the new Constitution, the Bill of Rights, How Bills become Laws (awesome activity!), and The Electoral College!