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3rd Grade Citizenshi

3rd Grade Citizenship Stack for Charli

The Declaration of Independence said that the United States no longer belonged to What Country? Great Britain
The national government's powers are explained in what document? Constitution
What protects the rights of United States citizens? Bill of Rights
Besides passing a test, what else must one do to become a naturalized citizen? Speak basic English
A republic is a country in which people vote for what? Leaders
The American flag has 50 stars for each of the what? States
What bird is the symbol of the United States of America? The Bald Eagle.
What is the name of the bell that was run every Independence Day? The Liberty Bell
Name some examples of responsibilities. Chores, Homework, Paying taxes
What is the name of our national anthem? Star Spangled Banner
Right Something that is owed to a person.
Responsibility Something a person must do.
Citizenship How a person carries out the responsibilities of being a citizen.
Volunteer A person who chooses to do important work and is not paid for it.
Declaration of Independence The paper that declares the American Colonies free of British control.
Constitution The set of law by which the United States is governed.
Bill of Rights The first ten additions to the Constitution.
Pledge of Allegiance A promise to be loyal to the United States and its flag.
National Anthem. The official song of a country.
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