Do You Have the Bill of Rights on Your Fridge?

Print Out, Have Your Children Sign the Bill

Have your family join children around the country in learning about the U.S. Bill of Rights through the National Education Project's fifth annual National Read-Along of the Bill of Rights Over the Internet. Though the read-a-long isn't scheduled until Dec. 15, 2017, you can print out the Bill of Rights, have your child sign it and put a small photo to show that they represent "We the people" of the Constitution and the United States. 

You can find a copy of the Bill inside the February edition of the Hill Rag in stands now. Or, the PDF document is attached below. 

The Hill Rag is also asking families to share photos of their children holding their signed Bill of Rights with us on our social media accounts — Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Or you can email the photos or comments on the importance of learning the Bill of Rights to carly@hillrag.com. 

The mission of the National Education Project is to put a Bill of Rights in front of every child. They will also celebrate the 226th anniversary of the signing of the Bill on Dec. 15 during a live reading from 8:30-9 p.m. ET.

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