Constitution Scavenger Hunt Anagram Directions Using the Constitution find the correct answer to the clue Then indicate by Article by dus75033

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									                                                              Constitution Scavenger Hunt Anagram

Directions: Using the Constitution, find the correct answer to the clue. Then, indicate by Article, section, and clause the
location of the answer. (Not all answers will have all three citations.)

CLUE                                                                                                             CITATION

1. What must two witnesses see to secure a conviction of treason?                               Article: III Section: 3 Clause: 1
   (two words)
      O V E R T           A C T
          1   2   3       4       5           6       7       8



2. This has to be given by a state to other states’ acts, records and                           Article:   Section: Clause:
   proceedings. (four words)


      1       2   3       4               5       6       7       8   9   10 11 12   13 14 15 16 17 18


3. What type of taxes are expressly forbidden by the Constitution?                              Article:   Section:   Clause:
   (one word)

      1       2       3       4       5       6




4. This is a majority of members present in either house of Congress                            Article:   Section:   Clause:
   in order to do business. (one word)



            1       2       3   4       5       6




5. What term did the Framers use to describe future generations and the
    Constitution? (one word)


    1           2       3       4       5           6           7       8       9

6. The President of the Senate can only vote in this type of situation.                                                Article:         Section:          Clause:
    (one word)

    1           2       3

7. All bills for raising revenue must originate in this organization.                                                  Article:         Section:          Clause:
              (three words)


    1           2       3       4       5                   6       7               8   9   10   11   12   13    14    15    16    17     18        19        20        21   22

8. In cases involving ambassadors and states, this is the type of authority the                                        Article:         Section:          Clause:
      Supreme Court has. (two words)


        1           2       3       4       5           6           7       8           9   10   11   12    13    14    15    16    17         18        19        20

9. The number of days a president has to act on a bill presented to him.                                               Article:         Section:          Clause:
    (one word)


       1               2           3




10. This may be suspended in cases of rebellion or invasion.                                                              Article:         Section:   Clause:
     (four words)


      1        2           3       4               5       6       7       8       9       10   11   12        13    14    15    16   17    18


11. The collective power vested in the President and Vice President is called                                             Article:         Section:   Clause:
     this. (one word)


           1           2           3       4           5       6   7           8       9


12. The Senate gets to do this to all presidential appointments and foreign                                               Article:         Section:   Clause:
     treaties. (three words)


       1           2           3       4       5           6           7       8       9             10   11    12    13        14    15   16




13. Congress can create these types of courts to assist the Supreme Court.                                                Article:         Section:   Clause:
    (one word)
       1        2           3           4       5           6       7               8


14. The Constitution called for these types of meetings in order to approve the                                                          Article:             Section:     Clause:
     Constitution. (two words)


            1       2           3       4           5       6       7           8       9   10   11   12         13       14        15    16        17    18    19    20   21   22   23
15. The United States guarantees this to every state along with the promise of                                                           Article:             Section:     Clause:
     protection. (four words)


    1       2           3       4       5       6       7       8       9       10          11 12 13 14               15 16               17 18 19             20 21 22 23 24 25 26


16. Government officials may be removed from office on conviction of these                                                               Article:             Section:     Clause:
     offenses. (three words)


   1        2           3           4       5           6                   7           8   9         10   11        12        13    14        15        16    17    18    19   20   21


17. No person can become president of the United States unless they are this.                                                            Article:             Section:     Clause:
     (two words)


        1           2           3           4           5           6               7            8     9        10        11
18. The Congress has the power to make all laws that are this.                                                                           Article:             Section:     Clause:
     (three words)
    1           2           3           4           5           6   7           8       9               10   11   12   13     14    15    16    17        18


19. The Constitution expressly forbids the passage of this type of bill.                                               Article:     Section:    Clause:
     (one word)


        1           2           3               4           5           6       7           8       9


20. This phrase explains the authority the president has over the military.                                            Article:     Section:    Clause:
     (three words)


            1           2           3           4           5       6       7       8           9            10   11     12    13    14    15        16



21. An individual member of Congress is forbidden from holding this while                                              Article:     Section:    Clause:
     in Congress. (two words)



        1           2           3           4           5                   6       7           8       9    10   11




22. A United States Senator is newly elected. How many years will he/she                                               Article:     Section:    Clause:
    serve? (one word)
          1           2           3


23. Congress has the power to collect taxes for the defense of the country                                                       Article:           Section:      Clause:
     and this. (two words)


      1           2           3           4           5           6       7                8        9        10       11    12     13         14



24. The Constitution requires the president to give Congress information                                                         Article:           Section:      Clause:
     on this. (four words)


          1           2           3           4           5                   6       7                 8         9    10               11     12      13        14        15

25. The Constitution, laws, and treaties are collectively called this.                                                           Article:           Section:      Clause:
     (five words)


     1        2           3       4       5       6           7               8   9       10            11    12            13   14     15           16     17    18       19


26. Citizens, while in other states, are entitled to this.                                                                       Article:           Section:      Clause:
      (three words)


     1        2           3       4       5           6       7       8       9           10   11       12            13    14   15      16    17     18    19        20    21   22
27. No person can be a United States senator unless they have reached                                                            Article:           Section:      Clause:
     this age. (one word)


         1            2               3           4               5       6
28. Who presides over the impeachment trial of the president?                    Article:   Section:   Clause:
     (two words)


   1     2        3       4       5               6   7   8   9   10   11   12


29. Congressmen are exempt from this while in a session of Congress.             Article:   Section:   Clause:
    (two words)


        1     2       3       4       5       6

30. Members of the House of Representatives get to choose this person as         Article:   Section:   Clause:
     their presiding officer. (one word)


        1     2       3       4           5       6   7

								
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