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Start the year off by working with your students to write a classroom constitution to establish classroom rules.

Start the year off by working with your students to write a classroom constitution to establish classroom rules.

Back to School Class Constitution Group Activity - great for establishing rules and procedures for you classroom!

Constitution Day Class Constitution Group Project

Back to School Class Constitution Group Activity - Great for having students establish classroom rules while also learning about the US Constitution! Awesome first week of school activity or for Constitution Day!

5th Grade NYS Learning Standard CITIZENSHIP AND CIVIC LIFE: Constitutions, rules, and laws are developed in democratic societies in order to maintain order, provide security, and protect individual rights.  This is an example of a "classroom constitution" made together as a class.  It allows your students to become more comfortable as a learning community. Also students are more inclined to follow and not break their own rules rather than rules that the teacher sets.

Constitutions, rules, and laws are developed in democratic societies in order to maintain order, provide security, and protect individual rights.

These posters are more than just basic "classroom rules". They are a great way to help your students think more deeply about their behavior and what you expect from them.

Classroom Rules Posters (Class Rules Posters)

These posters are more than just basic "classroom rules". They are a great way to help your students think more deeply about their behavior and what you expect from them. by lorena

FREE Constitution Day Lesson Idea~  Looking for a way to make the Constitution accessible and interesting?  Why not have your students write their own Constitution like the one here from Kreative in Kinder?  Tie into Charlie Brown's The Birth of the Constitution, David Catrow's We The Kids, or Jean Fritz's Shh! We're Writing the Constitution!

Constitution Day Lesson ~ Students write their own Constitution. Tie into Charlie Brown's The Birth of the Constitution, David Catrow's We The Kids, or Jean Fritz's Shh! We're Writing the Constitution.

For Berg - Colonial America. Free CSI style, students use clues from historical documents to solve cases.

Make Classes Fun By Teaching History CSI Style

My favorite, “I Smelt a Rat! Constitution Controversy” asks students to look at the men who did not sign the Declaration of Independence. Great for integrating primary source documents.

Looking for Constitution Day Activities? This Constitution Scavenger Hunt activity will allow your students to browse through the Constitution and find the main concepts about the 7 Articles and 27 Amendments. Introduce, study, or review the U.S. Constitution by making it a race or assign as individual work for your students. This scavenger hunt has been a great way to enjoy learning about such an important primary source document! #constitutionday #constitution #civics

CONSTITUTION DAY SCAVENGER HUNT: A Primary Source Analysis

Puzzle Of Preamble. Scramble them up and have your students create the Preamble of the Constitution.

FREE Puzzle Of Preamble. Scramble them up and have your students create the Preamble of the Constitution.

Free Constitution Day printables to use in your classroom or homeschool setting. Includes copy of the preamble, word finds, trivia cards and more.

Constitution Day Printables - Free Printables

Constitution Day is on September Homeschool Creations is offering a nice set of Free Constitution Day Printables to assist in learning about this important history.

Students will color and doodle as they take notes to learn about the U.S. Constitution. These graphic doodles notes summarize the parts of the United States Constitution: the preamble, the articles, the Bill of Rights, and the amendments. These are great for your 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade classroom and homeschool students! Make American History come to life with this no prep, engaging resource! $

Constitution Doodle Notes

Students will color and doodle as they take notes to learn about the U.S. Constitution. These graphic doodles notes summarize the parts of the United States Constitution: the preamble, the articles, the Bill of Rights, and the amendments. These are great for your 8th, 9th, 10th, and 11th grade classroom and homeschool students! Make American History come to life with this no prep, engaging resource! $

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