Did you know there was a Constitution Day to celebrate? Before we homeschooled I didn’t! I remember learning about The Constitution and Amendments in school. I’m pretty sure we had to memorize the Preamble too. But beyond that, I couldn’t tell you much until we started homeschooling.
With the state of the world now, it is so important that our children understand the U.S. Constitution – it’s meaning and purpose. It isn’t enough to study it for just one day, but it is a good start. Do you know why Constitution Day is on September 17th? It is because that was the day the delegates at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia signed the document in 1787.
The first step to learning about The Constitution is to have your children read it. You can find a free copy to download (in parts) at Project Gutenberg. If your kids want their own copy of The Constitution, you can request your own pocket-sized version. You can also order a free copy of The Constitution & fascinating facts and just pay $3 for return postage shipping.
Celebrate Constitution Day as the perfect time to introduce and learn about the document that started the great United States.
Amendment Cootie Catchers | National Constitution Center
US Constitution Unit Study | HubPages
Constitution Facts and Foldable Organizers | Gay Miller (TpT)
The U.S. Constitution: A Reader | The Constitution Reader
The Preamble–Printables & Activities to Celebrate Learning the Constitution | Literacy Treasures (TpT)
Constitution Day FREEBIE | Amanda Richardson (TpT)
US Constitution Readers Theater | Acres of Learning (TpT)
Constitution Day Printables (just keep scrolling!) | Home Grown Hearts Academy
The Writing of the US Constitution: Constitution Day Activities & Flip Book | Heart 2 Heart Teaching (TpT)
In All You Do has several printable packs to introduce your kids to The Constitution or include in a larger unit study.
Constitution Day Printables | Homeschool Creations
Constitution Day Word Search | Puzzles to Print
Constitution Worksheet Activity | Literacy in Focus (TpT)
Constitution Day Coloring Pages (Free Printables) | Flanders Family Homelife
Constitution Day Activities Distance Learning | Think Grow Giggle (TpT)
Constitution Day Freebie | Fun 2B in First
Constitution Day Emergent Reader | The Barefoot Teacher (TpT)
Looking for more resources? Don’t miss these FREE Printables for Learning the Constitution!
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Annette has been married to her husband and best friend since 2003. Together they are raising their six children to follow the Lord’s will, no matter what. Annette longs for the day when she will meet her angel babies who have entered heaven before her. She enjoys creating UNIT STUDIES and FREE PRINTABLES for homeschool families. You can follow her crazy life at In All You Do where she blogs about homeschooling, homemaking and marriage while trying to maintain her sanity. She is also the owner of Thrifty Homeschoolers where she shares her tips on homeschooling without breaking the bank.
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