Constitution Game Question Cards
Here is a fun learning game to play when studying the United States Constitution. Click here to print. There are five pages, each containing ten question cards, for a total of fifty game cards. Click here for our free printable Learning Curve game board with gaming instructions.
Sample questions: What 1920 constitutional amendment granted women s suffrage (the right to vote)? Nineteenth Amendment. What constitutional amendment asserts the existence of people s unenumerated rights? Ninth Amendment. The Great Compromise, also known as the Connecticut Compromise, was proposed by whom? Roger Sherman. What lame duck amendment established that the terms of the new president and Congress commence in the January following the elections? Twentieth Amendment. What 1933 amendment repealed Prohibition? Twentieth Amendment. What was the first state to ratify the U.S. Constitution? Delaware. When did the Bill of Rights become part of the U.S. Constitution? 1791. What 1951 amendment limits the president to a maximum of two terms or ten years? Twenty-second Amendment.