Social Studies Interactive Notebook - Ashleigh's Education Journey
I wanted to make sure my upper elementary students received enough instruction in social studies, so I created a social studies interactive notebook!
The Parts of the US Constitution (Free Lesson) | The Clever Teacher
Free parts of the US Constitution lesson with graphic organizer that teaches how the US Constitution is organized. Perfect for 5th grade and middle school.
Constitution Day Preamble Coloring Page
This is a great resource to help students become familiar with the preamble to the Constitution. Coloring the visual elements will aid with memorization as students can see the words better in their minds with a visual reminder. A fun activity to add to your study of U.S. History!
A TED-Ed Lesson on the Bill of Rights
The latest lesson published by TED-Ed explains to students why the Bill of Rights was added to the US Constitution. In the lesson students learn about the positions of Federalists and Anti-Federalists, which states pushed for a Bill of Rights, and why the Bill of Rights was added as a set of amendments to the Constitution rather than rewriting the Constitution. Why Wasn't the Bill of Rights Originally in the Constitution? is concise and covers the basics of the arguments of Federalists and…
U.S. Constitution ESCAPE ROOM Activity! Constitution Day - Founders Month
The Constitution Escape Room will take students on a secret mission around the classroom! This escape room has students decode interesting facts about the U.S. Constitution. This is the perfect activity to introduce the Constitution or celebrate Constitution Day. Students will learn about the branch...
Understanding Part 3 of 7: How a bill becomes a law | Votetocracy
#understanding #infographic #votetocracy #congress #becomes #part #bill #how #law #of #aUnderstanding Part 3 of 7: How a bill becomes a law | Votetocracy
Teaching the American Revolution
When I’m teaching the American Revolution, I jump out of bed everyday, and (after coffee), I can’t wait to get into my classroom. Teaching this pivotal time right at the dawn of the United States
Influences on American Government
This PowerPoint traces the origins of American government to three influential documents: the Magna Carta, the English Bill of Rights, and the Mayflower Compact. The goal is to identify common themes between these three documents and the Constitution.The presentation is saved using a 97-2003 format...
The Bill of Rights and Beyond
This comic is an example of the bill of rights having influences from the enlightenment. The ideas are that people are born with rights that nobody can take away, including the government.
Articles of Confederation and Constitution PowerPoint and Guided Notes
This 49 slide PowerPoint presentation covers the Articles of Confederation and the Constitution. #byhistorygal