The Declaration of Independence Vocabulary Lessons

Published:
September 14, 2015

Sarah Shelton

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Sarah Shelton

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Are your children learning about the Declaration of Independence this year?


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What do the vocabulary words endowed, abolish, and consent have in common? They’re all in the Declaration of Independence. This worksheet will give your child’s vocabulary a boost while deepening his U.S. history knowledge with a look back in history at the Declaration of Independence.

Download your FREE Declaration of Independence Vocabulary Lesson HERE.

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