Copywork is a valuable language arts teacher. By simply copying the writings of other men and women, we are able to mimic correct spelling and punctuation, proper grammar usage and sentence structure, and gain a wider exposure to vocabulary in its context. Choosing meaningful text adds another layer of learning by seeing, reading, and writing words that matter. Copywork works well as a supplement to your favorite language arts curriculum, or as a stand-alone review of English mechanics.
United States Constitution Copy Work for Writing and Typing does all of this! Whether your student chooses to print, write in cursive, or type the words on the included pages, they will gain a greater understanding of the original intent of the framers of the Constitution. Included here and there are little snippets of history, too!
This copy work is flexible enough to use with any student who can read and write.
How to use United States Constitution Copy Work
- Include Constitution Copy Work alongside a high school study of government or civics as a daily assignment.
- Add it to your American History curriculum.
- Use it for daily typing practice with a student who has comfortable use of the keyboard.
- Assign it as print or cursive handwriting practice with students in middle school and high school.
- Use copy work for a summer break, for use in between grammar levels, or as part of your American history unit.
- Practice reading the quotes aloud for public speaking, as well as proper pronunciation.
- Memorize favorite quotes!
17 pages total. Color or black and white ink. Instant download.