Use this fun word search worksheet to introduce or close a lesson on the signing of the U.S. Declaration of Independence. The introduction and the first part of the preamble to the declaration are quoted with the 32 vocabulary words to find underlined. Students will be familiarizing themselves with the text as they look for the words.
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Do you want to bring the Declaration of Independence to life for your students? This is the perfect unit for you! My students enjoyed the activities in this unit and I was thrilled to see their love for history grow! This unit will help you take the Declaration of Independence off the textbook page and make it much more relevant to your students.
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