Learn about Constitution Day in the United States with a Constitution Day mini-book for early readers.
Constitution Day Activities for Kindergarten through Second
Each year, September 17th rolls around, and primary teachers scramble to find meaningful resources to help their students understand the reason behind Constitution Day celebrations at school. We’ve created a resource to help those early readers and writers understand what our Constitution does and how it benefits them.
Each page of this Constitution Day Mini Book invites kids to read a short, decodable text and complete the sentences.
This mini printable booklet is perfect for use with early readers, who will learn about the U.S. Constitution and their rights as citizens when they read the short sentences on each page in this printable book. This booklet can be used for school or at home as an easy way to learn about Constitution Day in the U.S.
Download & Print — It’s Child’s Play!
Use the dropdown menu on the Download button to download the PDF or editable Google Slides version of this resource. Pages are designed to print single-sided. Make each student a book, cut them in half, and staple them along the left-hand margin.
This resource was created by Lindsey Phillips, a teacher in Michigan and a Teach Starter collaborator.