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Ratifying the Constitution Signing the Constitution Delegates to the Constitutional Convention The Work Begins Writing the Constitution The Great Compromise Bill of Rights Powers of the Federal Government The Three Branches of Government Checks and Balances Amendments Women - The Right to Vote

Signing the Constitution

The Articles of Confederation or the Constitution
http://home.att.net/~betsynewmark/TrivConfedConst.htm
Multiple-choice exercise. Choose the correct answer for each question.

Celebrate the Constitution
http://teacher.scholastic.com/scholasticnews/indepth/constitution_day/
Do you know your rights? After starting the game, drag each statement that appears on your screen to the document where it belongs.  Place one correct statement in each of the four documents.  Get all four right and you’re a Constitution Whiz Kid!  If you don’t want to play, click on any of the links on the page to learn more about the Constitution.

Concentration - Vocabulary of the U.S. Constitution http://www.quia.com/cc/66544.html
Teaches students terms from the original text of the U.S. Constitution. Try to uncover matching pairs of cards

The Constitution
http://www.quia.com/jq/19766.html
Mini quiz

The Constitution of the United States
http://www.congressforkids.net/games/signingconstitution/
constitutionofus.htm

Print the multiple-choice quiz and pick the best choice that answers each question.

Constitution
http://www.congressforkids.net/games/signingconstitution/
constitution.htm

Print this quiz and choose the best answer from the multiple-choices given.

Flashcards - Vocabulary of the U.S. Constitution http://www.quia.com/jfc/66544.html
Teaches students terms from the original text of the U.S. Constitution. Click on the flashcard to flip it over. Press Other Side on Top to start showing the reverse sides of the flashcards first. Press Remove Card to remove the current card from the deck. Press Try Again Later to keep the current card in the deck and try it again later. Press Restart to put all the cards back in the deck.

Matching - Vocabulary of the U.S. Constitution http://www.quia.com/mc/66544.html
Teaches students terms from the original text of the U.S. Constitution. Find the matching squares.

Mini Quiz - The Constitution
http://www.quia.com/jq/19766.html

Quiz
http://www.quia.com/tq/126674.html
Use the information you learned to see how much you know about the U.S. Constitution.

Signers of the Constitution Word Search
http://bensguide.gpo.gov/9-12/games/wordsearch.html

Thirty-nine of the fifty-five delegates to the Constitutional Convention signed the Constitution. Find the names of these men by looking forwards, backwards, and diagonally.

U.S. Constitution
http://www.congressforkids.net/games/signingconstitution/
usconstitution.htm

Print the multiple-choice quiz and pick the best choice that answers each question.

U.S. Constitution
http://www.thepotters.com/puzzles/kids/constitution.html
Printable wordsearch puzzle

U.S. Constitution KWL
http://www.abcteach.com/constitution/kwl.htm
Printable chart - What do you know about the Constitution? What would you like to know about the Constitution? What have you learned about the Constitution?

The U.S. Constitution Power Grab Game
http://rims.k12.ca.us/power_grab_game/
This activity will increase your knowledge of the Constitution and it's fundamental ideas: checks and balances, separation of powers, Bill of Rights and amendments. When finished you will be able to: identify the three branches of American government, describe the function of each branch of government, explain how the "checks and balances" system functions to protect the individual citizen from illegal power hungary politicians, describe how each branch of government is "separate" in its powers to the other branches of government, and explain how the amendments to the Constitution function today.

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When the Constitution was signed, the United States’ population was 4 million. Philadelphia was the nation’s largest city, with 40,000 inhabitants.

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