Do you have digital activities for U.S. Constitution Day?

Question:

In the United States Constitution Day is observed on September 17.

From the National Archives: September 17 is designated as Constitution Day and Citizenship Day to commemorate the signing of the U.S. Constitution in Philadelphia on September 17, 1787. (Excerpt from the law)

I’m a member of the Teaching with Primary Sources (TPS) Teachers Network which is full of wonderful librarians and educators who share about using primary sources.  It was nice to have a librarian pull together these resources and there are many on the Web.

What are some creative and digital activities you implement surrounding Constitution Day in the United States or in Constitutional observances in other countries?  I’d love to pass back any idea you might have on how students learn or create content about their government’s Constitution that is inclusionary, meaningful and engaging!

Tagged in: Social Sciences, Social Studies, History, Creativity
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Question: Do you have digital activities for U.S. Constitution Day?

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