Do you know what it takes to become an American citizen? Put your knowledge of America’s history and government to the test! Try to answer a sample of the questions people seeking American citizenship must answer to pass the government’s naturalization test.
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- Pocket Constitution
- The Pocket United States Constitutions are 9-by-22 inches and fold into an approximately 3-by-3 inch square. Receive one FREE Classroom-Ready Resource when purchasing 150 or more Pocket Constitutions.
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- Constitution Day Kit
- Everything you need for a Constitution Day lesson and activities. Comes with lesson plan, DVD, pocket constitutions and more!
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- Interactive Constitution
Coming Soon: our NEW Interactive Constitution, made possible by the generosity of the John Templeton Foundation! It will be the best interactive, non-partisan Constitution on the Web.
- Lesson Plans
In honor of Constitution Day, all educational institutions receiving federal funding are required to hold an educational program pertaining to the U.S. Constitution; this year we are asking all schools around the country to join in a National reading of the Preamble called The Preamble Challenge!
Looking for a fun instructional video about the Constitution to use in your classroom? Check out our Constitution Hall Pass videos to learn more about The Presidency, The Legislative Branch, Freedom of Expression and the Judicial Branch.
- Activities and Resources
Looking for some simple and fun ways to get your kids interested in the Preamble. Try one of our Constitution Day craft activities to learn the words, make a prop or just have a little fun with the Constitution.
- Preamble Kit
To Sign or Not to Sign! Download your very own classroom poster of the United States Constitution to hang in your classroom. Use our lesson plan and have a classroom Signing (or not) party.