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What's 223 Years Old, 4543 Words Long, And Routinely Ignored By Both Parties?

The US Constitution

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U.S. Constitution Roll Call

U.S. Constitution Roll Call constitution day activity

The Constitution

The Constitution

The Constitution

Lesson plans about the Constitution for all grade levels. Great stuff for Constitution Day in September!

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*FREE* Constitution Lapbook

FREE CONSTITUTION LAPBOOK~ Check out the free resources for teaching about the Constitution. This site has info about how to make a lapbook, along with many other printables!

United States Constitution: Internet Activity from The Social Scientist on TeachersNotebook.com (7 pages) - Teach about the U.S. Constitution with this internet activity

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Federalists, Anti-Federalists and the new Constitution: What were their views?

Federalists, Anti-Federalists and the new Constitution! Students examine primary source documents to understand the two viewpoints when the Constitution was about to be ratified!

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Constitution

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US Constitution Unit Study

US Constitution Notebooking Unit | TheHomeSchoolMom.com

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Constitutional Convention Pop-Up Figures "Rise of Democracy" Lesson

This wonderfully creative lesson has students creating pop up figures of 6 Founding Fathers to learn about those who helped create America's Constitution at the Constitutional Convention.