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Constitution Day Writing Craftivity

Teach Starter Publishing
Google Slide, PDF | 1 page | Grades: K - 2

Create a Constitution Day bulletin board with a writing and craft activity for primary grades.

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 why Constitution Day is celebrated at school. We’ve created a resource to help those early readers and writers show what makes the U.S. Constitution so special!

Students will have a blast learning about the Constitution and what makes our country unique in this craft activity! After learning about the U.S. Constitution on Constitution Day, students can write to tell what makes our Constitution special and use this craft template to create a patriotic hallway display at school. 

Download & Print — It’s Child’s Play! 

Use the dropdown menu on the Download button to download the PDF or Google Slides version of this resource. Print one copy, make your duplicates, and you are ready to go!

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