The following project ideas are included under United states Constitution
Resources for ages 8-14:
The Tuttle Twins: The Tuttle Twins series of books helps children learn about political and economic principles in a fun and engaging manner. With colorful illustrations and a fun story, your children will follow Ethan and Emily as they learn about liberty!
We are Liberty Kids: Teaching children a deep appreciation for America's Founding Principles protects our future. LEARN them. LIVE them. LOVE them.
Learning about the federal government doesn't have to be boring. Congress for Kids gives you access to interactive, fun-filled experiences designed to help you learn about the foundation of our federal government and how its actions affect you. Although designed for students in grades fourth through high school, other students, teachers, parents, and interested citizens will find helpful, engaging activities, too.
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Learning about the federal government doesn't have to be boring. Congress for Kids gives you
Ben’s Guide to Government for Kids: http://bensguide.gpo.gov/
This is a good site to use as reference to teach the kids about our Government and how it operates.
Resources for ages 14+
Promises of the Constitution: http://www.promisesoftheconstitution.com/#!books/cnec
Written in clear, enjoyable 1½ page sections, each easily read in 3-5 minutes. It tells the history, Founders, principles, enemies, and restoration of our inspired Constitution in 129 concise, powerful vignettes.
Lessons of the Constitution Parent/Teacher Companion Volume
United States Constitution
Quest Clubs offer badges for the United States Constitution in the DISCOVER KNOWLEDGE category. Young students may earn badges by following the requirements listed on the Quest Clubs website OR they may design their own project with the approval of a parent or mentor. Custom projects should follow the outline on the Skill Project Sheet (see attachment below).