Amendment Project

To better conceptualize the U.S. Constitution, learners create a chart that outlines the Bill of Rights. In class they grid off a paper and write an amendment in each of sixteen squares: five for the first Amendment, and the remaining nine squares for the last nine. At home, they find or draw images that represent each Amendment.

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