Bill of Rights

We are learning a lot about US History. We are enjoying reading different books, watching videos and talking about the beginnings of our country.

The next document our kids will be memorizing is a short form of the Bill of Rights. I had fun creating some materials to help them in this process.

I typed the Bill of Rights with a few illustrations, and also created a fill-in-the-blank sheet.

typed

My kids love playing games and I love hands-on activities, so I made a couple of folder games.  I tried to make it into two levels. The first one is a little easier in that the child needs to match just the word tiles to the pictures already in place in the game.

easy level

The second one, is a little bit harder because the child needs to match BOTH picture and word tiles in the correct order. I plan to start with the easier one, and when I feel like they are close to having it memorized, I will move them to the harder one. 🙂

hard level

Interactive, self-check sheets are always fun to me.

flaps

As a visual learner, I always need to have picture cards. So if your child is a visual learner, this will be just right for him/her.

cards

Click below to download the file.

Hope this is helpful to your family!

—> Bill of Rights  <—

Have a wonderful day,

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Comments

  1. Thank you so much for this wonderful resource! My daughters are 7 and 9 and really enjoyed putting the the “flap book notebook page” together (don’t know how else to describe it.) We are using your Preamble activities too. These go very nicely with Classical Conversations Cycle 3, which we just finished up. Very generous of you to make such lovely resources available for free. I will keep checking back on your site!

  2. Is there any way I can receive these resources as attachments. I am IN LOVE with the lay out of this activity and I am unable to find it anywhere else.

    thank you 🙂

  3. Hi… Thank you for the awesome resource… I have a U.S. Citizenship class and this will make it easier to understand and remember the rights….

  4. This is an awesome resource! Thank you so much for sharing your hard work. You are amazing my friend!

  5. how does one get this awesome handout?

  6. Could you send these as attachments to my e-mail address?? Thanks! Great resources. 🙂

  7. I love this! Can I please get it emailed to me, please?

  8. Stephanie Pugh says:

    Can I please get these great ideas emailed to me?

  9. What a great resource for my students with special needs. Could I please have this emailed to me?

  10. Cintya Lopez says:

    Great resource for my class. Could you email this to me?

  11. How can I get this in as a digital file? Thanks!

  12. Natasha Scott says:

    Could you please email this to me as a pdf or word document. The school has a blocker on that will not allow me to download it from the link. I could really use this for my exceptional learners and as a review for the GA Milestones. Thanks so kindly!!!

  13. Thank-you for sharing! This is perfect and sooo kid-friendly with the visuals and practice worksheets.
    It’s looks great for ELD, Special Needs , and everyone else.
    May I please have it sent to my email ???? : ) THANK-YOU !!

  14. Thank you so much! We are going to be reading through these next month and I wanted something to help them STICK better. What a blessing!!

  15. Thank you for sharing this awesome resource. 🙂

  16. Erin Sheridan says:

    I would LOVE to have this, but cannot download. Can it be sent to my email as well? Please and thank you!

  17. Christina cantu says:

    How can I download this awesome idea?

  18. Melissa Ortiz says:

    Please email! I would love to use this.

  19. Anne M Brown says:

    Just what I was hoping to find for my First Graders. Thank you!

  20. Rebecca Saling says:

    Bless you! Thank you so much!

  21. How can I get the print outs of these sheets?

    Thanks

    • Angela Lindsey says:

      I don’t want to download the program that you have to to get these downloads. Last time I did, it really messed up my computer. We really need these downloads for sped class. Is there any other way? Help. PS I love the website

  22. Steve Fox says:

    Is there anyway to download these great resources. I teach 4th grade and have some CD students who would love this and it makes it at their level. Thanks

  23. Can You send this via email? My school cyber walls will not permit me to download it from your site. Thank you!

  24. Mary Littell says:

    Hello! I have the same question. Can I get these files emailed to me please? Thank you so much!!!!

  25. i am excited to use this with my 5th grade students. I just clicked on it and at the print menu saved as a pdf. I hope that helps those struggling to use this awesome resource.

  26. Anne of Alamo says:

    Thank you so so much!! I love these and am printing as I type! We are starting today! thank you again!

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