Saturday, September 22, 2012

We The Kids…

This week we celebrated the United States Constitution!  

I read aloud the book:

Then my students created a little writing activity about what the Constitution means to their lives.  We also had fun weaving our American Flag Hearts!




Please stop by my Teacher's Notebook Store if you'd like to use this activity in your classroom!  Just click on the image below.


  1. I love all of these!! We celebrated too! I am excited because our unit this month is we the kids!! I have found some great ideas on Pinterest!

  2. Oh my goodness - I love those! Very cute ideas, thanks for sharing them.
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  3. So sweet & heart warming! I'm your newest follower!
    Amy Howbert

    Little Miss Organized

  4. Hi, I love the resource. Could you share the name of the book you used to teach the Constitution. This post does not show it anymore. Thanks again!

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