Free Bill of Rights Coloring Pages

These free Bill of Rights coloring pages are perfect for kids in grades K-5.

Written by James Madison in 1789, there were originally 12 amendments. By the time it was ratified (approved) by Congress on December 15th, 1791 there were only 10. These 10 amendments are now called the Bill of Rights.

There are currently 27 amendments to the Constitution. I will list the others below if you are interested.

These free homeschool printables are a great way for the kids to learn the importance of the Bill of Rights.

When the kids have colored these 10 in I recommend using them as Bill of Rights posters and hanging them on the wall. That is a great way for them to remember all 10 amendments.

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Bill of Rights coloring sheets

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The first 10 amendments as listed below were agreed upon in 1791 and are collectively called the Bill of Rights.

Print out all 10 Bill of Rights coloring pages and get the kids to color them in while learning what each of the 10 amendments are:

1st Amendment – Freedom of speech, press, religion, assembly, and petition.

2nd Amendment – Right to bear arms.

1st and 2nd amendment coloring pages

3rd Amendment – Citizens do not have to house soldiers.

4th Amendment – No unreasonable search or arrest.

3rd and 4th amendment coloring sheet

5th Amendment – No double jeopardy or no witness against yourself.

6th Amendment – Right to a fair trial.

5th and 6th amendment worksheets

7th Amendment – Right to a jury trial.

8th Amendment – No excessive bail, fines, or cruel and unusual punishment.

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7th and 8th amendments from Bill of rights coloring sheets

9th Amendment – People get rights not listed in the Constitution.

10th Amendment – Any rights not given to the federal government are given to the states and people.

9th and 10th amendments Bill of rights kids activity sheets

What are the other Amendments to the Constitution?

  • 11th Amendment – Lawsuits against States (1868)
  • 12th Amendment – Presidential elections
  • 13th Amendment – Slavery & involuntary servitude (1865)
  • 14th Amendment – Due process and equal protection
  • 15th Amendment – Racial equality (1870)
  • 16th Amendment – Income tax
  • 17th Amendment – Election of US Senators
  • 18th Amendment – Prohibition (1919)
  • 19th Amendment – Women’s Right to Vote (1920)
  • 20th Amendment – Presidential succession
  • 21st Amendment – Repeal of prohibition (1933)
  • 22nd Amendment – Presidential term limits
  • 23rd Amendment – Including District of Columbia in Presidential Elections (1960)
  • 24th Amendment – Abolition of poll taxes
  • 25th Amendment – Presidential vacancy, disability, and inability (1967)
  • 26th Amendment – Change in voting age, lowered it to 18 (1971)
  • 27th Amendment – Limits of pay for Congress (originally proposed in 1789 but only ratified in 1992)
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If you are looking for a high school homeschool government curriculum we highly recommend Principles and Precepts of Government.

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Download the free printable Bill of Rights worksheets

Make sure you choose the correct paper size and click on the shrink to fit button. All of our free printables for kids work better when printed on cardstock (this is the one we use and love.)


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Last Updated on 11 July 2024 by Clare Brown


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  2. Hello, I can’t seem to find the blue box to download the bill of rights coloring pages. For some reason it does not appear on my screen. Can you help?

    1. Hi if you scroll toward the bottom of the page you will see it, it says
      Get your free Bill of Rights worksheets. If you add in your name and email address you will be sent the free pdf immediately.

  3. Hi! I am interested in these free downloads. I entered my name and email address, but the only email just had a link to this page and other similar pages. Thank you in advance for any additional help.

    1. Hi

      I can see what has happened, if you scroll to the bottom of the page you will see a dark blue box that says: Get your free Bill of Rights worksheets. Fill in your name and email address in here, then you will receive the free pdf immediately. I hope that helps

  4. Hello. I am really pleased with your resources and am excited to use them with my student. However, I have not been able to download it. Would it be possible to send me a link through email? Thank you so much!

    1. Hi JoAnn

      You need to scroll towards the bottom of the page and look for a box labeled Get your free Bill of Rights worksheets (in this case it is blue) and add your name and email address, click I need this now and you will receive them within 5 minutes straight to your email

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