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Celebrate Freedom

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What is the ability to choose your own actions? Freedom
Who wrote the first draft of the Declaration of Independence? Thomas Jefferson
On what day was the Declaration of Independence adopted? July 4
What do we now call July 4th? Independence Day
Who was the Declaration of Independence directed at (written to)? the British
Where was the Constitution written? Philadelphia
What is the first part of the Constitution called? the preamble
What three words start the Preamble of the Constitution? We the People
Where is the Constitution kept? The National Archives
How do you make changes to the Constitution? an amendment
How many stripes does the United States Flag have? 13
What do the red and white stripes on the flag represent? the colonies
What do the stars on the United States flag represent? the states
Who was the first President of the United States of America? George Washington
Which scientist and inventor is considered a founding father? Benjamin Franklin
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