Established in September 1999, the Bill of Rights Institute is a 501(c)(3) non-profit educational organization that works to engage, educate, and empower individuals with a passion for the freedom and opportunity that exist in a free society. The Institute develops educational resources and programs for a network of more than 50,000 educators and 70,000 students nationwide.
BELOW ARE RESOURCES AVAILABLE ON THE INTERNET ABOUT THE CONSTITUTION THAT ARE FREE TO USE. IF YOU HAVE A RESOURCE YOU WOULD LIKE US TO SHARE PLEASE EMAIL: email@example.com.
We serve all 8th grade classrooms, public, private and home school.
Lesson Plan for Grades 6-8: Celebrate the Constitution
ACSLAW (By American Constitution Society for Law and Policy)
Constitution in the Classroom Spring 2008 Teaching Module: Constitution Basics Junior high/Middle School Version
NEA (National Education Association)
Constitution Day, Grades 6+8
Understanding the People and the Ideas that Created the US Constitution
Has Background Resources
Has 8 Crossword Puzzles to test knowledge of Constitution
CRF (Constitutional Rights Foundation)
Constitution Day Lesson Plan
Scroll to Grades 6-8
Scroll to Grades 9-12 & Click on "Foundations of Our Constitution"
Constitution Lesson Plan - Middle School /High School
iCIVICS (Free Lesson Plans and Games for Learning Civics)
Features How The Constitution Was Created
Explores Key Characteristics
Under "Browse Resources", Click On Desired Lesson Plan
Will Need to Register New Account
Below Legislative Branch - Lesson Plans: Teaching Six Big Ideas in the Constitution
HILLSDALE COLLEGE FREE ONLINE COURSE
Register to VOTE!
Here is the link to register to vote.
HOW TO REGISTER TO VOTE IN TENNESSEE:
The core mission of Constituting America is to educate Americans about the Constitution and the rights and liberties it provides and protects for all of us. We accomplish that mission through several programs, including our keystone program — the national We The Future Contest for kids. We also have an exciting new program that features Constituting America Founder and Co-Chair Janine Turner and daughter, National Youth Director Juliette Turner, speaking in person and via Skype and Google Hangout to classrooms around the country. Our 90 in 90 Study Program: History Holds the Key to the Future is a scholastic study with essays on the founding documents of our country, written by constitutional scholars from the best universities and law schools in the country.
DAR- Daughters of the American Revolution
Click National Society then Education for resources for students and teachers
US CITIZENSHIP TEST
Louie Johnston, Jr.
American Constitution Center
Louie E. Johnston Jr., is seen regularly on the Fox television network, heard on radio talk shows nationally, and is the Founder of American Constitution Center.org, a free on-line Public Library. His mission is preserving America’s true history by educating, inspiring, then motivating Americans to learn and restore the unique American system of fundamental principles, values and virtues of our Founding Fathers.
Sandi was just a Mom from the health care industry that was concerned about our children’s education relative to our country, our founding fathers and documents, and the Exceptionalism of the American people! So, with other concerned Moms, she put together a day long, fun Constitution Camp for kids to learn in an interactive manner through focus groups and games designed to reinforce their learning. During the games period, kids compete with each other, practice collaboration, and are rewarded for their learning efforts. Sandi will be happy to assist with and/or provide you a Camp Guidebook to help you develop your own Constitution Camp for kids in your community or classroom.
Click here to download their Camp guidebook