The Bill of Rights and Constitutional Amendments

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This printable includes descriptions of the first 10 individual amendments to the U.S. Constitution, otherwise known as The Bill of Rights, as well as the constitutional amendments that have been added throughout U.S. history (Amendments 11-27). It can be used to supplement a unit on the U.S. Constitution, the post-Colonial period, and civics and government, or as reference information for more recent important amendments such as the 13th, 14th and 15th Amendments (slavery and the U.S. Civil War) and the 19th Amendment (women's suffrage).

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The Social Studies Teacher's Book of Lists
The Social Studies Teacher's Book of Lists
Ronald L. Partin
Over 200 ready-to-use, reproducible lists, charts, graphs, checklists, and activities to enliven and enrich every area of the social studies curriculum.
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