Some of the language of the nation’s founding documents can be hard to understand because the words are no longer commonly used. Help your kids learn more of the meaning behind the U.S. Constitution with this FREE U.S. Constitution Vocabulary Copywork.
Students can explore the meanings of 40 words or phrases from the Preamble and the Bill of Rights, practice their print handwriting skills, and learn more about American government with this FREE U.S. Constitution Vocabulary Copywork.
With this unit, kids can learn the meaning of:
- due process
- pursuant to
- to all intents and purposes
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Help Kids See Constitution Vocabulary In Context
Help your kids see the key words they’ve practiced in context with this U.S. Constitution Copywork. They can trace or copy the Preamble and the Bill of Rights with this copywork unit. It’s available in print or cursive, and you can save 20% just for being a Homeschool Giveaways & Freebies reader with coupon code HSGFounding.
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