The Constitutional Convention Interactive Notebook, which works for both print and Google Drive™, investigates and helps gain understanding of why the Articles of Confederation were not working and how the Americans attempted to fix the issues at the Constitutional Convention. Geared as a unit in the 5th grade study of United States History.
How did a meeting intended to revise the Articles of Confederation lead to the new Constitution for the United States? Discover how a handful of men--sitting in sweltering heat and shrouded by secrecy--changed the course of history for America in 1787.
This large Constitution Unit contains the Constitutional Convention, Compromises, Ratification, Bill of Rights (10 Amendments) The Preamble, The 7 Articles, Activities and Games, Vocabulary Word Wall, Assessment, Mini-Anchor Posters, and much more!
Huldah betrays her lack of credibility in the opening line of her email when she says there is no such thing as a Convention of States. Contrary to her assumption, that phrase is not a fabrication of ours. It comes from the very first Article V application which was filed by the state of Virginia in 1789.1 If she objects to that phrase, she had best take it up with the Founders. Read more at…