Ratification of the Nineteenth Amendment to the US Constitution guaranteed the right to vote for women across the United States. Constitutional studies (RT @Law1780: Read how a Mom's note changed her son's vote & the Constitution:
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History lesson on women's suffrage complete with a primary source. Students get the personal insight of those involved in Constitutional change.
Are you ready to celebrate the Constitution's 225th birthday on September 17? Here are 10 key numbers you should know—in an easy-to-print graphic! Yes, our Constitution is celebrating the big 2-2-5 next Monday, and as a ...
Race the clock to answer questions about the Constitution. Great interactive game that can be played individually or as a group. If you are stuck with an answer participant can "buy and answer" which adds time to the overall contest. Very high interest for upper elementary on up.
September 17th is Constitution Day. These lessons, activities, and other resources for grades K-5 will help students understand the men and the ideas that created the Constitution of the United States.
In this BrainPOP movie, Tim and Moby unpack the meaning behind the U.S. Constitution. You’ll learn the founding fathers’ plan for the U.S. government, and the seven principles on which the Constitution is based. Must be a member to log-in or sign up for free trial of BrainPOP.