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The United States Constitution

The United States Constitution


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1. Constitution Day Resources - lesson plans, videos, resources and activities

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Resources available from this page include: interactive constitution, videos, preamble kit, lesson plans, activities and other resources, teaching the constitution through music, etc. SEE MORE
 
2. The United States Constitution

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A complete copy of the United States Constitution from ConstitutionDay.com SEE MORE
 
3. The Founding Fathers

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Biographies of the Founding Fathers of the Constitution to include: Baldwin, Abraham, GA Bassett, Richard, DE Bedford, Gunning, Jr., DE Blair, John, VA Blount, William, NC Brearley, David, NJ Broom, Jacob, DE Butler, Pierce, SC Carroll, Daniel, MD Clymer, George, PA Dayton, Jonathan, NJ Dickinson, John, DE Few, William, GA Fitzsimons, Thomas, PA Franklin, Benjamin, PA Gilman, Nicholas, NH Gorham, Nathaniel, MA Hamilton, Alexander, NY Ingersoll, Jared, PA Jefferson, Thomas, VA Jenifer, Daniel St Thomas, MD Johnson, William Samuel, CT King, Rufus, MA Langdon, John, NH Livingston, William, NJ Madison, James, VA McHenry, James, MD Mifflin, Thomas, PA Morris, Gouverneur, PA Morris, Robert, PA Paterson, William, NJ Pinckney, C. Cotesworth, SC Pinckney, Charles, SC Read, George, DE Rutledge, John, SC Sherman, Roger, CT Spaight, Richard Dobbs, NC Washington, George, VA Williamson, Hugh, NC Wilson, James, PA  SEE MORE
 
4. Images of the Original 4 Pages of the US Constitution

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This resource contains four high resolution images of an original copy of the US Constitution. SEE MORE
 
5. A List of Amendments to the US Constitution starting with the Bill of Rights

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A List of the 27 Amendments to the US Constitution starting with the Bill of Rights (Amendments 1-10). Page also has an image of an original copy of the Bill of Rights. SEE MORE
 
6. Constitution Day Activities

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Opening Paragraphs on this resource page: "The Constitution Day seasonal pages will provide you with great resources for a number of Constitution Day related topics. Ideas within the Constitution Day pages include: journal activities, lesson plans and internet resources. Your creativity can help other teachers. Submit your Constitution Day activity today. Don't forget to include additional resources-documents, web sites, or a photo." SEE MORE
 
7. Wikipedia: Constitutional Convention of the United States

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: This article is about the original convention that created the U.S. Constitution. SEE MORE
 
8. Wikipedia: United States Constitution

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From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia: From the opening paragraph: "The United States Constitution is the supreme law of the United States of America. The Constitution, originally comprising seven articles, delineates the national frame of government..." SEE MORE
 
9. Constitution Day Lesson plans from Kindergarten to High School

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Extensive set of resources and lesson plans broken down by grade level with informative abstracts. Plenty of free content as well as many low cost options for professionally generated content in several forms including 5 inexpensive power point presentation themed to the US Constitution. SEE MORE
 
10. The Interactive Constitution

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From the opening paragraph: "On this site, constitutional experts interact with each other to explore the Constitution’s history and what it means today. For each provision of the Constitution, scholars of different perspectives discuss what they agree upon, and what they disagree about. These experts were selected with the guidance of leaders of two prominent constitutional law organizations—The American Constitution Society and The Federalist Society. " SEE MORE
 
11. Celebrate Constitution Day - Scholastic News

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From the opening paragraphs: "The Constitution is the most important document in the United States. It establishes the American government and our position as a democracy. The Constitution also lays out our freedoms as Americans. The U.S. Constitution was signed in 1787, and it has been the basis of other democracies around the world. The Constitution is also known as a "living document" because it grows and changes as America and its people grow and change. Do you know your rights? You can learn about them here, in this special collection of Constitution games, articles, and activities. " Targeted to Grades 1-6 SEE MORE
 
12. Teaching with Documents: Observing Constitution Day

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From the opening paragraph: "On September 17, 1787, the delegates to the Constitutional Convention met for the last time to sign the document they had created. The National Archives and Records Administration celebrates this important day in our nation's history by presenting the following activities, lesson plans, and information. We encourage teachers and students at all levels to learn more about our Constitution and government." SEE MORE
 
13. Constitution Day; Lessons and Resources

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From the opening paragraphs: How will you recognize Constitution Day in your classroom? Education World has gathered resources that will help you find the perfect way -- whether you teach kindergarten or college. Dozens of lesson ideas and other resources provide the tools you will need to recognize Constitution Day this year and in years to come. All schools that receive federal monies must "hold an educational program pertaining to the United States Constitution on September 17 of each year." (If September 17 is on a weekend day, schools must recognize Constitution Day the week before or after.) SEE MORE
 
14. Constitution Day and Constitution Week Activities

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The United States Constitution was signed on September 17, 1787. A federal law requires public schools to teach Constitution lessons the week of September 17. This resource page has instant downloadable PowerPoint presentations and booklets, lessons plans, printables, books, resource and other website links, and related Pinterest pins.  SEE MORE
 
15. Celebrate Constitution Day

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Utah Education Network has provided this resource page: "September 17th has been designated as Constitution Day in the hope that future generations will gain a deeper appreciation and understanding of our nation's founding document. Use the activities, lesson plans and resources below to help you celebrate Constitution Day and Constitution Week."  SEE MORE
 
16. Constitution Day

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Acrostics, word games, report templates and writing prompts from ABC Teach supporting Constitution Day. Geared toward elementary through middle school students. Limited high school resources. SEE MORE
 
17. Lesson Plans and Printables

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9 lesson plans and printables supporting Constitution Day from Scholatic. Supports Common Core skills. SEE MORE
 

 

 

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