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Constitution Resources

Browse U.S. Constitution resources for adults, teachers, and children.

 

Resources for Adult Learners

Resources for Teachers

Resources for Children

  • Schoolhouse Rock's three-minute educational cartoons were shown between Saturday morning cartoons from 1973 to 1985. Thousands of children learned the Preamble to the Constitution by singing along with Schoolhouse Rock's cartoon, The Preamble.
  • The U.S. Constitution Online presents The Constitution for Kids (Kindergarten–Grade 3). This site explains the basics and history of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, as well as how they work.
  • The U.S. Constitution Online presents The Constitution for Kids (Grades 4–7). This site explains the basics and history of the Constitution, slavery, women's rights, and the Bill of Rights, as well as how they work.
  • The U.S. Constitution Online presents The Constitution for Kids (Grades 8–12). This site explains the basics and history of the Constitution, slavery, women's rights, and the Bill of Rights, as well as how they work.
  • The U.S. Constitution Online presents a summary of the Constitution, examining it line-by-line in a study-guide format.

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