U.S. Constitution Scavenger Hunt

Nate Kogan admired my U.S. Constitution theoretical examples so much, that I’ve decided to create an open Google Doc for creating theoretical examples to help middle school students study the Constitution.

With some trepidation, I provide the following link to an open, editable document for helping to make this Scavenger Hunt.  Please feel free to add your own theoretical examples, and make use of this project for your own classroom projects to teach the U.S. Constitution.  I’m licensing it as Creative Commons, but on an editable document that’s tricky, so I’m also noting it here.

Admittedly, there is a similar resource here and a PDF version here, but I think it would be fun to collect some new examples.

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  1. […] U.S. Constitution Scavenger Hunt — I still had this idea that the Internet would make researching more fun and easy in 2012, instead of the fire-hose of misinformation that it’s turned into. The idea was to write a list of 20 questions that would help students navigate the US Constitution and understand its contents. How times change — even if you understand it, it doesn’t mean that the officers named in it are doing what they’re supposed to, today. […]

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