Resources & Activities


Interactive Constitution & Discussions

Constitution Timeline 

PRWeb - online news source sponsoring Free Public Forum on the Future of Liberty in America Forum is part of a Constitution Day program including Constitutional Seminar for local teachers. Free public forum open to all Wichita area residence features discussion of the rise, fall, and rebirth of freedom. Public forum is part of a Constitution Day awareness effort organized by the bill of rights institute and funded by the Fred C. and Mary R. Koch Foundation. 

Bill of Rights Institute 

Interactive Constitution

Jury Selection: Edmonson v. Leesville Concrete Company

A Conversation on the Constitution with Justices Stephen G. Breyer, Sandra Day O'Connor and Anthony M. Kennedy: The Right to Trial by an Impartial Jury

Annenberg Classroom: Resources for America's Teachers

Constitution Day--American Association of State Colleges and Universities - site contains even more resources, a planning guide, listing of other national organizations that participate in Constitution Day, and online and text versions of the U.S. Constitution for use. 


The U.S. Constitution for Kids
    (Generously recommended by E. Matthews, student researcher, 7th grade.)
Free Federal Resources for Educational Excellence 
EdTech Teacher: Best of History
Which founding fathers are you most like?
Can you pass the test to become a naturalized citizen?
Educational Resources for educators, students and parents
Annenberg Classroom
Constitution Facts
Scholastic News
Constitution Quotes