The U.S Constitution

My name is Campbell. This page is about the U.S Constitution. The reason I’m writing about the U.s Constitution is because I did a presentation on the U.S Constitution during my class’ Family Follies Day at school. I used orginalzational features in my presentation to gather information. 

Here I am doing my presentation for the families.  I am wearing my patriotic dress!

Here I am doing my presentation for the families. I am wearing my patriotic dress!

Here are my facts about the U.S Constitution.

 

Some of the people who took part in making the U.S Constitution were, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton, Benjamin Franklin, and George Washington. The U.S Constitution is the highest law in the United States of America.The Constitution created the federal government. The Constitution states the rights of people living in the United States and is written to protect the rights people in the United States.

This is where the Constitution was signed.

This is where the Constitution was signed.

The Constitution is a piece of paper that has 7 articles and is VERY IMPORTANT. The Constitution was signed on September 17,1787. The Constitution is in Washington D.C.

Do you know any more facts about the U.S Constitution?

 

 

 

 


25 thoughts on “The U.S Constitution

  1. Yay, Campbell! Great job 🙂 You look super cute in your patriotic dress! I know the first ten amendments to the Constitution are called the Bill of Rights, and that the Constitution was signed in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

  2. It’s fun to see you learning and blogging on topics that you are being taught at school! Did you know that the U.S. Constitution had 4543 words, including signatures, and is the oldest and shortest written Constitution of any major government in the world. Do you know who was the oldest person to sign the constitution?

    • No, I didn’t know either of those facts. I looked up who was the oldest person to sign the Constitution on google. Benjamin Franklin was the oldest person to sign the Constitution.Do you know how old he was? Do you know who was the youngest person to sign to sign the Constitution and how old he was?

      From,
      Campbell

  3. Dear Campbell,

    I was really impressed with the information you included in your blog post. I learned some new things. Did you know that the Constitution was signed in Philadelphia?

    Mrs. Fraher

    • I’m glad you learned something new. I did know that the Constitution was signed in Philadelphia. Do you know the youngest person to sign the Constitution?

    • Thank you for commenting!
      I’m glad you had fun learning about the Constitution. Well I know that the Constitution was signed in Philadelphia.

  4. I really, really liked this blog post because I want to learn more about the Constitution and it`s owners! Do you like Constitution and it`s owners?

    • Dear Dakota,
      Thank you! The reason I know so much about it is because I read a book on the Constitution. Do you know when the Constitution was signed?

    • Thank you for commenting!

      You were supposed to learn something about history, not me Gideon.
      Do you know how many articles are in the Constitution?

  5. Hi Campbell,

    I thought you did an awesome job in your presentation and what a cute dress! You are so right when you talk about the importance of the constitution, where would we be without it? Our country would definitely not be as safe and freedom blessed as we are. Nate and I found out that Benjamin Franklin was the oldest delegate at the constitution convention at age 81. Most of the other guys there were in their 30’s and 40’s.

  6. Great job Campbell! Did you know that there were originally 10 amendments in the constitution but now there are 27. Benjamin Franklin knew that it wasn’t perfect but that it would be a great establishment for the country to build its government on. And he was right.

  7. Wow Campbell, great job!! Very impressive that you know so much about our Constitution. Give yourself a pat on the back. 🙂
    Did you know that George Washington created the first national “Thanksgiving Day” in 1789 as a way to give thanks for the constitution?

    • Dear Lisa Burridge-Alvarez,

      Thank you for commenting! I will give myself a pat on the back and I didn’t know that. Do you know who was the youngest person to sign the Constitution?

    • Dear Lisa,
      Thank’s for commenting on my blog. No I didn’t know that. Thank’s for sharing. Did you know who was the youngest person to sign the Constitution?

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