Celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.'s historic "I Have a Dream" speech with a mobile that inspires you to think about your own dreams.
This clever twist on the classic cootie catcher tests your knowledge of the first 10 amendments.
Show your patriotic pride with this festive stars-and-stripes-covered pinwheel.
Get more familiar with the Bill of Rights with this simple bingo game.
Learn about a landmark Supreme Court ruling with this word puzzle.
Learn about basic terms from the Constitution with this word puzzle.
As you learn about the symbolism and importance of our America's flag, you can design your own flag.
Get inspired about going green with this bingo game.
This clever twist on the classic cootie catcher offers ideas for being an eco-friendly, active citizen.
Follow this guide and see how your voice can be heard.
Learn about the signers of the U.S. Constitution with this word puzzle.
Celebrate freedom by fashioning your own Lady Liberty hat.
Make a dazzling sun catcher to commemorate the Liberty Bell and the constitutional ideals it symbolizes.
Emulate our 16th president with your own version of his signature top hat.
Make a mini model of the home of the nation's president.
Decorate and customize a wreath for Independence Day, Flag Day, Memorial Day, or Veterans Day.
Have fun getting to know the phrases of the Preamble while you unscramble the puzzle.
Discover your alter ego as President Abraham Lincoln or George Washington as you decorate your own presidential mask.
Your team is about to set off on a historic journey: running a presidential campaign!
Learn about the states that ratified the Constitution with this word puzzle.
In honor of Tax Day, this cootie catcher offers helpful tips on managing your personal finances.
Honor veterans for supporting and defending the Constitution and protecting our freedom by thanking them with a special postcard.
This interactive resource celebrates constitutional and local history in Philadelphia and beyond through student-generated multimedia content.
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should the phrase "under God" be removed from the Pledge of Allegiance?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should the federal government expand its control over the economy to restore economic health?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should same-sex couples have the right to marry?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should non-citizens have the right to vote in local elections?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should "intelligent design" be taught in science classrooms alongside the theory of evolution?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should Congress stiffen the penalties for television and radio broadcasters who violate FCC indecency standards?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Do America's cities have the right to ban handguns?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should we amend the Constitution to let foreign-born U.S. citizens become president?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should the death penalty be abolished as cruel and unusual punishment?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should the District of Columbia be given a vote in the House of Representatives?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should the Electoral College be abolished in favor of a popular vote for president?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should illegal immigrants be allowed to become citizens?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Will additional government spending hurt or help the economy?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should the Constitution be amended to prohibit same-sex marriage?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should American citizens be required to vote?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Is the U.S. Constitution colorblind?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should states require voters to show photo identification to vote?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should states move up their 2008 presidential primaries to shorten the primary election season?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Should American Muslims be allowed to build a mosque and community center near the site of Ground Zero?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Is racial balancing in public schools constitutional?
This Town Hall Wall asks: Tell us which party you'd like to control Congress after November's midterm elections.
Celebrate freedom by making your own Uncle Sam hat.
Learn about the history of voting rights with this word puzzle.
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