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We the People (almost): Seven activities leading up to the Constitution

Seven super activities on the time period leading up to the Constitution. Activities on Shay's Rebellion, The Articles of Confederation, and the Federalist/Anti-Federalist Debate are all included. This packet assumes that you/your students have access to textbooks, handouts, and other informational material on the topics. These are activities to gain a higher level of understanding on what has already been taught and allow the students a chance to be creative and have some fun!

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Branches of Government

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History Detective...a good idea for more specific historical events or ones the kids want to research on their own

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Love this! Catchy rap all about westward expansion :)

"Manifest Destiny" Educational Rap by MC LaLa

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The Constitutional Convention of 1787

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Social Studies Notebook

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Who Owns the Money? Economics for 4th Graders

Government-This is really good!

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Children's Engineering: Long Ago and Today

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American Revolution Lapbook

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