NEW Constitutional Conversation: First Amendment

Have a Constitutional Conversation in your Classroom! Our NEWEST initiative provides teachers with classroom-ready resources that help facilitate civil dialogues on Constitutional topics. Our lesson on the First Amendment: Speech is perfect for Constitution Day.

Interactive Constitution

The Interactive Constitution is a new, FREE online tool that delivers scholarship from top constitutional experts right to your classroom. It allows students to explore the history behind each article, section, and amendment of the U.S. Constitution. 

Students can also download the Interactive Constitution app.

We also offer free, classroom-ready lesson plans, designed to help educators use the Interactive Constitution with their students:

The Interactive Constitution was developed in collaboration with the American Constitution Society and the Federalist Society, and distributed in partnership with the College Board. Made possible through the support of a generous grant from the John Templeton Foundation.

Constitution Hall Pass Video Lessons

Scholar Editions: In these “mini” episodes of Constitution Hall Pass, three leading constitutional scholars explore the 14th Amendment to the Constitution.


The Constitutional Convention: Our first ever episode!  Take a virtual tour of the National Constitution Center’s iconic Signers Hall and learn more about the historic summer of 1787


Federalism: Explore the relationship between the states and the national government; a system known as Federalism.


Looking for a fun instructional video about the Constitution to use in your classroom? Check out our extensive library of Constitution Hall Pass Video Lessons.

Constitution Day Classroom Celebration Kit

Download our free, custom Constitution Day kits and get everything you need to celebrate in your classroom! Our “Constitutional Convention” video lesson makes a fantastic introduction to the unit.  You can print a poster-sized United States Constitution for your students to sign (or not) and have them make their own Preamble T-Shirts.  Then, have your class join students across the country as they take the Preamble Challenge.  You can tie everything together with one of our great lesson plans, and finally, have students download the Interactive Constitution App, so they’ll have a pocket Constitution handy all year long!

Lesson Plans, Activities and Other Resources

Looking for some simple and fun ways to get your kids interested in the Constitution Day. Use our lesson plans, or one of our great Constitution Day craft activities to just have a little fun with the Constitution.

From Our Partners

Civics Renewal Network

The Civics Renewal Network is an alliance of 26 organizations committed to working together to increase the visibility of civics education. These organizations share the belief that understanding the Constitution plays a vital role in helping young people become responsible and engaged citizens.


Meet your Constitution Day teaching needs with fun, engaging, and easy-to-use games and lesson plans from iCivics.

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Pocket Constitution
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.
Constitution Day Kit
Constitution Day Kit
Everything you need for a Constitution Day lesson and activities. Comes with lesson plan, DVD, pocket constitutions and more!