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From the Blog: Kindergarteners Supporting the Constitution

Fri, 28 Jul 2017

Emily Christman’s kindergarten class at Brooke Charter School in Boston, Massachusetts, love the Constitution, and they want to encourage you to support constitutional literacy!


Here’s their story…

The principal at Brooke Charter School leads “morning motivation” for the kindergarten through second grade students. During these sessions, she focuses on teaching the young students how they can spread love in the world in many different ways, and often challenges the youngsters to come up with ways to spread love locally, nationally, and globally.

Emily Christman, an extraordinary educator, brainstormed with her kindergarteners and they came up with the idea ...

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