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Thank Your
Lucky Stars

Celebrate Our
US Constitution

Join with our

Constitution Week
September 17-23

Links to Constitution Week Resources

(Underscored headings are clickable links)

National Constitution Center

Headquarters for civic education; nonpartisan, nonprofit.

The Library of Congress

A selection of Library of Congress primary sources exploring the United States Constitution. This set also includes a Teacher's Guide with historical context and teaching suggestions.


The National Archives

View an image of the original document, a transcription and links to the Bill of Rights and later Amendments.

The National Archives News

Information about Constitution Day and links to “Civics for All” website, a website where you can sign the Constitution yourself (virtually), and other helpful educational resources about the Constitution.

Grand Lake Colorado

Learn how Grand Lake, Colorado, claims to be “home of the premier Constitution celebration in the America.” Includes video and a guide to how a community can also plan a celebration.

Daughters of the American Revolution

The DAR is a non-profit, non-political volunteer women’s service organization. The DAR started Constitution Week in 1955.

WeAreTeachers is a website supported by sponsors. Find “27 Classroom Ideas to Make Constitution Day Memorable.”

Literacy In Focus

Website created by Brooke Khan, a former secondary school teacher and book author, presents “10 Engaging Constitution Day Activities.”


Website created by Janine Schneider, a veteran elementary school teacher, who provides “3 Powerful Constitution Day Activities.” Includes illustrations and links to support materials and resources.

Education World

Education World is a comprehensive website produced by a team of internet content providers. It is supported by sponsors and advertisers. Find: “Five Constitution Day Activities.” Includes video link, teacher lesson plan and games.

Microsoft Bing

Bing is Microsoft’s internet search engine. Simply enter “constitution day lesson plans elementary” to bring up dozens of cool video links. is a comprehensive commercial website for sharing helpful teacher-created content. It includes fee-based posts (although some are free) with revenues going to classroom fundraising. This link is free and features 22 Constitution Day activities for elementary and middle school students. is a commercial website that provides educational materials for home schooling and online k thru 12 classes. It’s parent company, Stride, Inc., operates a variety of educational online programs. Its database is searchable and includes suggestions for activities. The Constitution Day activities listed in this link are grouped by grade level and include downloadable pdf files.



“History,” formerly known as “The History Channel” on cable TV, is now part of the A&E Network. This link takes you to a multi-page pdf document with lesson plans for elementary, middle school and high school students. Includes suggested activities and links.

Smithsonian’s History Explorer

This comprehensive website was developed by the National Museum of American History. It is intended to be a free resource for teachers and anyone who want to learn more about American history. Teachers may like that information is tied to grade level and national social studies standards.


Colorado Department of Education

Cites compliance with Federal mandated observance of Constitution Day and lists numerous web-based resources. 


Order your copies of the US Constitution from the National Archives


Upcoming Webinar - "Teaching the Constitution"

If you're a K-12 educator, consider signing up (at the Webinar link above) for an online learning opportunity on Thursday, September 14, 2023 from 5 to 6pm (Mountain). Hosted by The National Archives of the USA, it's designed to help educational professionals prepare students for Constitution Week.

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