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Classroom Constitution or Bill of Rights
Write a short set of rules on how your classroom should be run, including how to form a group that makes rules, how to form a group to enforce the rules, and how to choose a leader (and what the leader's powers will be). Also include how to ratify your constitution (how to get it accepted).
Three Branches of the US Government - Graphic Organizers
In these printable graphic organizer worksheets, the student fills in the three branches of the US government as outlined in the US Constitution. Older students can add facts about the three branches and the duties and responsibilites of each.
US Constitution - Cloze Worksheet
Print and do a fill-in-the-blanks activity on the US Constitution. Or go to the answers.
The US Constitution
A short, printable book on the history and continuing importance of the US Constitution. For fluent readers.
Constitution Word Pieces Puzzle
In this puzzle, combine pairs of word segments to make constitution-related spelling words. Words: amendment, article, branches, citizen, executive, freedom, government, judicial, legislative, liberty, preamble, ratify, rights, states. Or go to the answers.
Constitution Spelling Word Questions
Use the list of colors words to answer simple questions about words related to the US Constitution. Words: amendment, bicameral, branches, people, convention, executive, framers, Preamble, judicial, legislative, Rights, states. Or go to the answers.
Vocabulary Quiz #1
Define five terms related to the US Constitution, including Preamble, Legislative branch, Executive branch, Judicial branch, and Amendment. Or go to the answers.
Vocabulary Quiz #2
Define five terms related to the US Constitution, including Constitution, Framers of the Constitution, Checks and Balances, Suffrage, and Bill of Rights. Or go to the answers.
Write Constitution-Related Definitions
In this worksheet, write the definition of a word, what part of speech it is, and use it in a sentence. Words: preamble, constitution, ratify, amend, amendment, government, legislate, bicameral, election, judicial. Or go to the answers. Or go to a pdf of the questions and answers (subscribers only).
Put 10 US Constitution Words in Alphabetical Order - Worksheet
Put 10 US Constitution-related words in alphabetical order. The words are: ratify, framers, rights, liberty, freedom, article, citizen, branches, union, people. Go to the answers.
Write Eight US Constitution-Related Words
Find eight words related to the US Constitution. Sample answers: document, people, ratify, government, liberty, rights, amendment, framers.
US Constitution Alphabet Code
Use the alphabet code to find the constitution-related message. Answer: "We the people of the United States..."
Fill in the blanks on this printable US Constitution timeline quiz. Or go to the answers.
Quiz #1 - History of the US Constitution
Read the passage about the history of the US Constitution, then answer the questions. Or go to the answers.
US Quiz #2 - Constitution: Separation of Power
Read the passage about the separation of power as outlined in the US Constitution, then answer the questions. Or go to the answers.
Quiz #3 - Structure of the US Constitution
Read the passage about the structure of the US Constitution, then answer the questions. Or go to the answers.
Quiz #4 - Bill of Rights
Read about the Bill of Rights, then answer the questions. Or go to the answers.
Quiz #5 - Bicameral Congress
Read about the division of Congress into the House of Representatives and the Senate, then answer the questions. Or go to the answers.
A census is an official count of the number of people in a region. The survey is done by a government, usually periodically. The population figures from the census are used to determine how many members of the US House of Representatives represent an area, and to allocate federal funding for local programs.
US Constitution Riddle:
Add and Subtract, then Decode the Riddle
Solve the addition and subtraction problems, then use the alphabet code to answer the US Constitution riddle, "Where was the US Constitution signed? (Answer - At the bottom). Or go to the answer page.
US Constitution Vocabulary Word List
A list of words related to the US Constitution.
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