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K12: Let’s Celebrate Constitution Day

There are two activities for students to complete to show what they have learned about the Constitution.
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Today is Constitution and Citizenship Day, a day when schools, by law, celebrate the signing of the Constitution on September 17, 1787. This short lesson for early elementary students explains why the U.S. Constitution is so remarkable. Entering the Reading Room, they will find out from James Madison himself what went into writing our Constitution and why he is called the Father of the Constitution. There are two activities for students to complete to show what they have learned about the Constitution.

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