Celebrate Constitution Day with Free Digital Resources

America’s founding legal document, the Constitution, is a central element of American law and civics. It has been studied, debated, and celebrated since before its passage in 1787. And — protests from Corsica notwithstanding — it is generally considered the first written constitution in the world. 

That’s why, since 1940, September 17 has been a day to celebrate citizenship, and an occasion to mark the adoption of the United States Constitution. If you are looking to use the occasion to spark learning in your classroom, here are some useful, free digital resources.

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