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Directions: Read each scenario below and choose which amendment applies to the situation and explain why. 
1. Many delegates who did not sign the Constitution did so because they felt the document
a. listed too many basic rights and freedoms.
b. didn’t allow changes to it.  
c. did not secure individual liberties.
d. None of the above. 
2. Past governments, such the King of England who ruled the colonies before the U.S. revolution,  
a. had a good habit of protecting people’s freedoms.
b. had a bad habit of trampling over people’s freedoms and rights.
c. were trustworthy and honest.
d. None of the above. 
3. Why did James Madison and others want to add amendments to the U.S Constitution shortly after it was created?
a. Didn’t trust government’s power
b. To try and prevent the government from harming our freedoms.
c. To guarantee individual liberties.
d. All of the above. 
4. The first amendment of the Constitution protects our freedom of
a. Religion.
b. Speech.
c. Press.
d. All of the above. 
5. Currently, there are how many amendments to the U.S. Constitution?
a. 10 Amendments
b. 27 Amendments
c. 200 Amendments
d. 11,000 Amendments 
6. The U.S. Supreme Court’s job is to
a. add new amendments to the constitution.
b. interpret and clarify the meaning of the Constitution.
c. change the Constitution.
d. All of the above. 
7. Which statement is true about adding an amendment to the U.S. Constitution. (Choose all that apply.)
a. 2/3 of Congress must approve.
b. 3/4 of the States must approve.
c. It is easy to add an amendment.
d. All of the above. 
8. Which statement is true about the Bill of Rights. (Choose all that apply.)
a. They are the first ten amendments to the Constitution.
b. They are aimed at protecting individual rights and freedoms.
c. They were added after the Constitution was approved.
d. All of the above. 
True or False  
9.  __________  When the U.S. Constitution was first created, it only stated how the U.S. government would run itself; it didn’t list any basic rights. 
10. __________ Many delegates didn’t sign the U.S. Constitution because they feared the power of government.  
11. __________ It is easy to change the U.S. Constitution. 
12. __________ There are clear directions or rules in the U.S. Constitution on how to add an amendment to the Constitution. 
13. __________To protect the U.S. Constitution, the writers of Constitution made it very difficult to change. 
14. __________ The Second Amendment of the Constitution protects our rights to trial by jury.
Label below
Bill of Rights
Individual liberties
U.S. Constitution
15. _________________ These are basic rights where we are free to choose, think, and act without the government interfering. 
16. _________________ The first ten amendments to the U.S. Constitution. 
17. _________________  Laws that are added to the U.S. Constitution. 
18._________________  When something is agreed upon or approved. 
19._________________  This is a document that informs us how the federal government will run and lists our basic rights. 


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