Changing the Constitution
Guided Rd. Level V
Interest Level 4-12
Explore how to amend the U.S. Constitution! This meaningful Grade 5 nonfiction reader explains the amendment process and summarizes each of the 27 amendments.
Changing the Constitution
- Covers how amendments are ratified and the significance of changing the Constitution
- Provides a short fiction piece related to the topic to keep students interested
- Connects important topics such as equality and freedom to students’ daily lives
- Includes a glossary, key discussion questions, and a “Civics in Action” activity designed to help students understand why amendments are important
From the Bill of Rights to the 27th amendment, the United States Constitution has been revised again and again. This teacher-approved reader provides a variety of text features and details how Americans amend the Constitution. With an illustrated fiction story, index, engaging images, and other useful features, this reader demonstrates to fifth grade students how the Constitution has evolved over time.
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