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The Constitution of the United States
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|Vocabulary Quizzes on the US Constitution
Read short passages about the US Constitution then answer the questions.
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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.
Read and Answer Quizzes
Read about the Constitution, then answer the questions.
Read about the US Constitution, including who wrote it, when it was written, and what it contains.
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.
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