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This clever twist on the classic cootie catcher tests your knowledge of the first 10 amendments.
The first ten Amendments to the Constitution form the Bill of Rights.
Help restore the Bill of Rights in this online game.
Students learn about the specific rights and freedoms protected by the Bill of Rights, one of our nation's most important documents.
Get more familiar with the Bill of Rights with this simple bingo game.
Learn about how the Constitution protects our rights and the freedom to express ourselves—out loud!
Explore the compelling story of our Constitution’s first ten amendments.
Learn more about the signers of the Constitution with these Founding Fathers biographies.
Learn more about the delegates of the Constitutional Convention with these Founding Fathers biographies.
In this lesson, students will analyze how people throughout history have exercised their First Amendment rights to express their opinions.
Have fun getting to know the phrases of the Preamble while you unscramble the puzzle.
In this lesson, students will consider how respect and freedom of expression intersect and their role in maintaining a free society.
This lesson builds student understanding of the relationships between the United States’ founding
documents by comparing and contrasting the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution,
and the Bill of Rights.
Students will examine the ideas that the Founding Fathers brought to the Constitutional Convention of 1787, and use them to analyze the Constitution and Bill of Rights.
Students will investigate the legal language defining their freedom of speech rights
Take this quiz to discover which Founder you're most like!