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  • Common Core alignment to a Definition Match puzzle is to the key phrase "Precise Meaning".
    CCSS Alignment Strand Numbers for Specific Grades:
    Precise Meaning: "CCSS.ELA-Literacy." precedes these numbers: 2.4e, 3.4d, 4.4c, 5.4c, 6.4c, 7.4c, 8.4c, 9-10.4c, 11-12.4c
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    Constitution Day Definition Match --

    Directions: MATCH the Constitution Day word list with its vocabulary definition. Use the pull down menu bar to select the letter match for the Constitution Day vocabulary word puzzle.
    When you hit "Submit," you will get back the correct Constitution Day definition match answers, the percentage score for the correct answers and a sentence.
    Clue: In addition to this Constitution Day Definition Match activity with a word list of 18 vocabulary words, also provides a Constitution Day Fill-in-the-Blank word game. See also an Interactive Word Puzzle, Word Search, Crossword and a True or False activity.
    You have permission to print Constitution Day word puzzles for further vocabulary word study at home or in classes.
    Word List
    1) conceive
    2) enumerate
    3) recitation
    4) bipartisanship
    5) amendment
    6) federalism
    7) uniqueness
    8) ratification
    9) secure
    10) tranquility
    11) republic
    12) legislative
    13) ordain
    14) posterity
    15) perfect
    16) establish
    17) simultaneous
    18) perpetuate
    Definition List
    A)  Improvement, a modification, addition or correction proposed or made in a law, motion or bill
    B)  A strong support or involvement with members of two parties
    C)  To take into the mind; to form an idea of: imagine
    D)  To determine the quantity of: count; to specify one after another: to list
    E)  To settle; to bring into being on a firm or permanent basis
    F)  The political party in the early years of the US favoring a strong centralized national government
    G)  Having the power or performing the function of enacting laws
    H)  To establish by appointment, decree or law
    I)  Entirely without fault; faithfully reproducing the original; lacking in no detail
    J)  Without an equal; the only one of its kind: very notable
    K)  To cause to last indefinitely
    L)  Offspring to the furthest generation; those who come after in time
    M)  Formal approval or sanction: confirmation
    N)  The instance of reading or repeating aloud especially publicly
    O)  A government with a chief of state, not a monarch, who is usually a president
    P)  To relieve from danger or exposure: guard, shield; to put beyond hazard
    Q)  Existing or occurring at the same time: coincident
    R)  Freedom from agitation, disturbance or turmoil: serene