U.S. Constitution Notes and Center Activities for the U.S. Constitution
The U.S. Constitution is a set of informational text and notes plus three activities to introduce and analyze the framing of the constitution and the the three branches of government. Option for simulation of the framers' debate included.

Included in this guide:
- Informational text on the framers of the constitution, the New Jersey Plan and the Virginia Plan, and the three branches of the U.S. Government
- Guided activities great for interactive notebooks
- Three station activities for students to choose from.

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Other American Revolution Resources include:
-American Revolution: Interactive Notebook Timeline Activity
-American Revolution: Stamp Act, Sugar Act, and More Station Activities
-American Revolution: Student-Centered Unit Project
- American Revolution: Figures of the American Revolution Station Activities
- American Revolution: Illustrated Timeline
- American Revolution: Road to Revolution Group Project
- American Revolution: Gallery Walk of the Battles of the Revolution
- American Revolution: What's the Question Bell Ringers
- The Articles of the Confederation: Notes and Activities
- Bill of Rights: Student Created Gallery Walk
- American Revolution Interactive Notebook Pages (coming no later than August 31, 2016).


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Created: Aug 19, 2016

Updated: Feb 22, 2018

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