The 7 Articles of the Constitution

By: Bryce Bilodeau

The Articles And What They Do

The constitution was made to protect the people of america and establish a federal government. First thing in the constitution is the Preamble, then followed by the seven articles, and finally our amendments. An easy way to remember the seven articles is by little elephants joyfully sit all summer reading.

Little stands for legislative

In the first article then main topic is about the legislative branch. It talks about how the legislative branch make laws and what powers the states have.

Elephants stand for executive

In the second article the main topic is about the executive branch. In here it talks about how can the president enforce or execute laws.

Joyfully stands for Judaical

In the third article the main topic is about the judicial branch. In this section the article talks about how the judicial branch will intemperate laws.

Sit stands for states rights

In the fourth article the main topic is about states rights. This article talks about how states should follow other states rules if something should happen involving both sides.

All stands for amendments

In the fifth article the main topic is about amendments. This article talks about how the people can make changes to the constitution, since there will be different and new ideas that fit the country's needs at the time.

Summer stands for supremacy of the constitution

In the sixth article the main topic is about the supremacy of the constitution. In this section the article talks about the law of the land and how states must follow supreme law and supreme laws hold more power.

Reading stands for ratification

In the seventh article the main topic is about the ratification process. This article talks about how many states it takes to make a ratification to the constitution.