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Constitution Week: The Bill of Rights

Constitution Week Lessons for Homeschoolers Day Five: The Bill of Rights Welcome in to session five of our Constitution series, and today we’re going to talk about the Bill of Rights. Many of you may have heard of the Bill … Continue reading

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Constitution Week: Congress, the President, and the Court

Constitution Lessons for Homeschoolers Day 4: Qualifications for Congress, the President, and the Court In our day three lesson, we learned about checks and balances among our 3 branches of government. Dividing power among the branches was one way of … Continue reading

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Constitution Week: Checks and Balances

Constitution Week: Lessons for Homeschoolers Day Three: Checks and Balances Have you ever played a board game with your older brother or sister, and while you’re playing, your brother or sister makes a move that you think is breaking the … Continue reading

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Constitution Week: Democracy or Republic

Constitution Week: Lessons for Homeschoolers Day Two – Democracy, or Republic? As the delegates to the Constitutional Convention emerged from their meeting place after concluding their secret vote,  Mrs. Powel of Philadelphia asked Benjamin Franklin, “Well, Doctor, what have we … Continue reading

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Constitution Week: Why Did America Need a Constitution?

Constitution Week: Lessons for Homeschoolers Welcome to Day One of a five day Constitution Week series. We celebrate Constitution Day on September 17th, the anniversary of the day this great document was signed by the Constitutional Convention in 1787. We … Continue reading

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