We're offering brand new free distance learning programs for the K-12 classroom.
Here are a few resources that you can use to talk about the Constitution with your students on Constitution Day or any time.
A series of interactive videoconferencing programs for grades 5-12 will explore how different presidents in different eras have interpreted and exercised presidential powers.
Of the nearly 100 documents digitized during our annual teaching institute in Washington, DC, two really stand for learning about Chinese immigration.
Students can explore the debates over the addition of a bill of rights to the Constitution in a new lesson plan from the National Humanities Center.
Our former intern describes his favorite documents from the hundreds digitized and added to DocsTeach during our Primarily Teaching workshops earlier this year.
This new lesson guides students to an understanding of how the provisions of the U.S. Constitution are visually represented in popular media.
Students match primary sources to clauses from Article I of the U.S. Constitution that detail six powers of Congress in our newest online activity.
Congress Creates the Bill of Rights, our new mobile app for iPads, allows students to explore the proposals, debates, and revisions that shaped the Bill of Rights.
Take ideas for classroom activities from these Constitution Day family activities at the National Archives.