Constitution Day Printables – Free Printables

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Has your family done much study on the Constitution? One of our family goals the last few months has been to memorize the Preamble to the Constitution as a family. There is SO much we can learn about our Constitution, so during our school time this next week we’ll dig a little deeper into the history behind the Constitution in honor of Constitution Day on September 17th.

Some states require yearly study of the Constitution {ours doesn’t}, but regardless, it is SUCH an important document to our country. And we want our kids to really understand the importance of it.

Constitution Day Printables

 

Of course any study is more fun with some printables to go along, so I put together some Constitution Day Printables to use with our kids this upcoming week, and I am more than happy to share them with you all!

Constitution Day Printables

The Constitution Day Printables include a poster of the Preamble, trivia cards, a word find, copywork of the Preamble, and a few other fun activities to go along with our reading.

Download the Constitution Day Printables HERE

 

We’ll be listening to the below video from Schoolhouse Rocks {just to take me back to my childhood, mind you}..

Books for Kids about the Constitution

Here are the books we’ve pulled off the shelf to read this next week. Our new favorite is Our Constitution Rocks. We’re using that one together as a family at night to talk about the Constitution more in depth. It was written by a homeschooler – so be sure to check it out!

 

Would you like a copy of the Constitution Day Printables too? Click here to download your copy.

 

Are you planning to do anything special to celebrate Constitution Day? Share your ideas with us in the comments below.

 

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  • Mama Fry

    The link is not working. I am excited to get it, but I tried via email then came to the site to try.

    Thank you.

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      Hmm… I just tried both links in the post and it opened up for me. You may want to try using a different browser. I am on my iPod and it is ok. Let me know if that helps.

      Sent from Mailbox for iPhone

      • Mama Fry

        I haven’t had a problem before using google chrome. I used internet explorer and it worked.

        thank you

  • Linds

    Thank you!

  • Amanda

    pssst…Delaware is spelled wrong in the printable…

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      ack!! Thank you!!

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      On the trivia card, correct? It’s correct in the ‘find the mistakes’ ironically! :) hee hee

  • http://joyceandnorm.wordpress.com/ Joyce (and Norm)

    Thanks! My 6yo performed in Schoolhouse Rock Live this year and my 4yo used singing the Preamble as a stall tactic during naptime. Who can be mad at a 4yo singing the Preamble!? ha! :p

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      Ha!! That’s great!!


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  • Jen

    thank you, Jolanthe. These are great printables! Excited to use them!

  • Michele

    We signed up to visit the Constitution Center in Philadelphia for “free” (except parking)! We’re blessed to live in New Jersey, so this may be an exciting field trip for my four children (9 and under) to learn about our constitution. These printables will be a great learning activity to get us ready!

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      How great!!! I wish we lived a little closer, but that will be a ‘someday’ field trip. We have friends that don’t live too far away from Philly, so that may be our next option!

  • http://ourlifewiththeprincess.blogspot.com/ girlgeekFL

    I can view the printables online (they are great, thank you!) and I can download them but if I try to view them, Adobe Reader gives me an error that there was an error opening the file and that is is damaged and could not be repaired. I tried it several times and get the same error each time.

    • http://www.homeschoolcreations.net/ Jolanthe

      You may want to try opening them in a different browser and then saving them – it should help!

  • Heather

    Thank you! We downloaded and printed with no problems. We hope you know how much your efforts are appreciated – these great activities have made our day!


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