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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 in September.

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.

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!

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


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Be sure to check out our Memorial Day printable set as well for additional learning fun and copywork about the holiday. 

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