Students can use these resources to analyze the U.S. Constitution and develop a classroom agreement of their own.
- Grades: 3–5, 6–8
This civics, history, and language arts program teaches middle school students about U.S. Constitutional liberties through lesson plans, games and printables.
Students reflect on their values for the class and the community in a classroom constitution.
Listen and Read Activities
Early readers learn all about the U.S. Constitution through the words, images, and audio of this engaging read-aloud.
Online Learning Activities
Students can find out if they’re “Constitution Whiz Kids” by testing their know-how with Scholastic’s fun interactive learning activity.
Constitution Articles and Interviews
Interviews with constitutional experts, news about Supreme Court decisions, and information on the Bill of Rights and U.S. Constitution
An article from the New Book of Knowledge discusses the history of the United States Constitution, including the ratification and amending of the document.
Scholastic News Online talks to the senator who wrote the law establishing September 17 as Constitution Day.
An article from Grolier Online that covers the genesis of the United States Constitution, in addition to how it aggregated power, created three branches of government, and more.
Grolier Online shares text from the articles of the U.S. Constitution, along with expert commentary.
Scholastic News highlights the important dates leading to the creation of the U.S. Constitution.
Scholastic News shares how the Constitution helped unify and strengthen America's original 13 states.