Interactive Learning Games
Engage your students and discuss the history of religious freedom in America with these fun games.
Lesson One Activities:
- Massachusetts or Rhode Island: Compare and contrast two models of religious liberty
- John Winthrop and Roger Williams: Match the information about these two important figures from the beginning of religious freedom in the United States
Lesson Two Activities:
- Framing the First Amendment: Determine which statement about the history of the First Amendment is false
- Founders Quote Matching: Test your knowledge of some important American statements on religious liberty
Lesson Three Activities:
- To Bigotry No Sanction: George Washington’s Letter to the Hebrew Congregation in Newport, Rhode Island
The Bill of Rights Institute is grateful to
The George Washington Institute for Religious Freedom
The Ambassador John L. Loeb Visitor’s Center at the Touro Synagogue, Newport, Rhode Island
for making Religious Liberty: The American Experiment a reality.