Constitution Printables


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The Great Compromise Writing Prompt: Prompt requires students to analyze the details of the Great Compromise and to write about a compromise they have made in the past.
Second Amendment Debate Writing Prompt: Students must list the pros and cons of gun ownership in America before writing a persuasive essay on whether or not Americans should own guns as expressed in the Second Amendment.
America’s First Great Commercial – This fun exercise explains to students how the Constitution was “marketed” to the public via the Federalist Papers, before requiring students to analyze modern-day commercials and advertisements. Students then must illustrate their favorite commercial and explain why they think it is effective in convicing people to buy the product or service.
Bill of Responsibilities: This exercise requires students to analyze the differences between rights and responsibilities and allows them to create a mini-constitution that outlines four responsibilities they believe people should be required to fulfill as citizens of the United States.
License Plate Preamble – Awesome activity for students to use on Constitution Day. The preamble of the Constitution is mixed on U.S. vanity license plates. Students must cut out the plates and arrange them in order so that together they form the preamble.

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