Below is a compiled list of Constitution Day resources that provide a variety of information, activities, videos, and access to in-depth information about the US Constitution. Most links will take you to a home page, where you will find a specific Constitution Day link.
Elementary, Middle, and High School Resources
|Annenberg Classroom||Classroom-ready digital resources|
|Ben's Guide to Government||Online information for children, parents, and teachers|
|Middle and high school lesson plans
|Center for Civic Education||K-12 Lesson Plans
|Constitutional Rights Foundation||Free online lessons and Internet links|
||Take the Constitution Challenge!
||The Constitution, the Preamble, and James Madison
|Freedom of Information Oklahoma
||Lessons, strategies, and websites
|Illinois First Amendment Center
||Free resources including short video clips
|Landmark Supreme Court Cases||Background summaries, short activities, and in-depth lessons|
|Library of Congress
||Original text of the Federalist Papers|
|National Archives: Teaching with Documents||Online activities and lessons|
|National Constitution Center||Official Constitution Day website with games and lesson plans|
|U.S. Courts Constitution Day Resources||Handouts, fast facts, interactive games, activities, and simulations|
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