The U.S. Constitution was written to guarantee your rights as a citizen. It is America’s national government and the supreme law of the land. On September 17th we remember the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. More fascinating facts –
- The Constitution is supposed to limit the power of the government so that your rights as a citizen are protected from government abuse
- Here are some free Constitution Day activities
- The Constitution is made up of a preamble, articles, amendments, and Bill of Rights
Enjoy this word search called “Constitution Day.” Word searches develop spelling skills, extend vocabulary, and emphasize pattern recognition. Find all the hidden words! Enjoy replaying one of your favorite word searches. Each time you replay it, the words are reordered to make it more challenging.
Word Search Instructions:
1. To view vocabulary words in the boxes below the puzzle, click on each box.
2. To play, click on the first letter of the word and then click on the last letter of the vocabulary word to highlight the entire word in the puzzle.
3. Words may be found going forward, backward, up, down, or diagonally.
4. After each vocabulary word is found, each word in the box will have a slash through it if clicked on.
5. Once you have completed the word search, a message will say “CONGRATULATIONS! YOU WIN!”
6. Have fun!
Mobile version may vary. (Word Box: constitution, preamble, rights, limit, power)
Homeschoolers/Educators/Parents: Sketch/color an illustration. Theme: patriots. Put these words in alphabetical order: power, limit, rights, preamble, constitution. Younger students: write each word five times. Older students: Use each word in a sentence. Finish this sentence: George Washington was… Read the story called The Happy Prince. Explain how the prince helped his people and how the U.S. Constitution helps citizens. (Skills: identify, comprehend, apply, appreciate.)