To assist in planning Constitution Day programs, we are pleased to provide links to web sites that contain materials that can be publicly accessed for general use or for use as teaching materials in the classroom.

There are a myriad of resources and activities which families and classrooms can use to plan a Constitution Day event. For example:

  • The National Archives Teaching with Documents page provides Constitution Day activities for teachers and families at:
  • The National Endowment for the Humanities provides content on the Constitution through the EDSITEMENT web site:

With regard to non-governmental websites, these are provided as examples of resources on Constitution Day that you might find helpful. There are many other resources available that may be just as helpful. We cannot guarantee the accuracy of these sites, nor does our inclusion here constitute an endorsement of the sites, the material on the sites, or the related products or services of the entity that provided the information.

We encourage federal, state, and local officials, as well as leaders of civic, social, and educational organizations, to conduct ceremonies and programs that bring together community members to reflect on the importance of active citizenship, recognize the enduring strength of our Constitution, and reaffirm our commitment to the rights and obligations of citizenship in this great Nation.