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 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.
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?
Everyone knows the cool cats hang out at the Poetry Cafe! Well, the coolest of the cool cats were at our Poetry Cafe in Room 15. They were able to hear some great poems written by the third graders in our class, as well as read famous poems from Edgar Allen Poe, Robert Frost, and Georgia Heard.
It is so important for children to understand the sacrifices our ancestors gave toward making our country a free and amazing place to live. So, each September we learn about the birth of America and some of the important places that symbolize our freedoms. This year we observed Constitution Day with our family and friends.