Considering the amount of information that is given to students during a government and law unit, this activity allows them to focus solely on the Bill of Rights. When working independently, students are able to use this game as a review resource and as a way to make first-hand, relevant connections to the Bill of Rights. Before the activity begins, you differentiate what bills you would like to focus on, something that allows the students to move slowly through and develop an understanding. The best part about the activity is that it connects an extremely dated article to examples students would resonate with. All at the same time, it provides a sense of eagerness, competition, and motivation to learn the different rights.
Bill of Rights Activity