The Preamble Scramble Collaborative Block Poster can be used as a fun team building activity to introduce or review the Preamble to the U.S. Constitution. Students work together to piece their Preamble “block” with their classmates. The result is a beautiful, fun, one of a kind pop-art to hang in the hall.
You can use the Preamble Scramble Block Poster as a bulletin board display, hang on the classroom wall, classroom door, hallway, school entrance, library, gym or any place you see fit. This poster will pop and students and teachers will stop to admire your work!
This is the relaxing but fun Constitution-Preamble Scramble activity! I like to play music in the background while they are working and coloring. The Preamble Scramble Poster is designed so that each student colors their own block/piece of the poster. When everyone is done, they have to work as a team to put the block poster puzzle back together. Each poster has an abstract background to make your poster “pop”.
Students will need color pencils, markers or crayons, tape and scissors. This activity is great because they can put a personal art twist on their own block. The included teacher and student directions are very simple to follow. The possibilities are endless with this activity! My favorite part is watching the kids work as a team to try to piece it back together.
This is GREAT for community building and teamwork! Teachers should create a classroom that supports persistence, effort and even mistakes. Hanging the Preamble Scramble Block Poster is the perfect reminder for students.
How you choose to set it up in your classroom is up to you J Each student colors one “block” or section of a large poster. This product includes 16 “blocks” or pages to color, I have also included some other designs for borders in the event that you have more than 16 students. Print the file ONE time for each class on 8.5×11 paper!
•Two sets of posters: 1) Labeled 2) Non-labeled so students have to
unscramble the Preamble
•16 different blocks to color (1 per student)
•Extra pictures to create a border for as many students as you need
•Example of a final version of poster
The final poster size is around 28”x 32”
Great activity for subs and early finishers too!