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Constitution Day & Citizenship Day and Week: For students of all ages!

Learn about Constitution Day & Citizenship Day through various government resources

How Well Do You Know the U.S. Constitution?

Puzzles & Activities

New for 2020!

(opens a download link)




New for 2020!

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Short Citizenship Quiz for Kids

Can you answer the following questions correctly?

• What are the first three words of the Constitution?
• What is an amendment?
• What do we call the first ten amendments to the Constitution?
• What is one right or freedom from the First Amendment?
How many amendments does the Constitution have?

See more at Ben's Guide on Citizenship.

Questions and Answers from the FDLP

Constitution Day Trivia from the FDLP (downloads a PDF quiz)

Quiz your friends!

[downloadable flash card file (53 pages)]

Consitution Basics: take a quick quiz!

Test your knowledge at the

⇒ Bill of Rights

Constitution Basics

⇒ Name that Founder

Amending America: How Do We Amend the Constitution?

Watch Amending America: How We Amend.  Presented in part by the National Archives Foundation through the generous support of AT&T, HISTORY®, and the Lawrence F. O'Brien Family.  (links out to NARA's YouTube page)

More games and learning for kids of all ages!

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Constitution Day Trivia! Q and A's

Two Quizzes for Kids

Read the Amendments

Bill of Rights

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