National Constitution Center

As the Museum of We the People, the National Constitution Center brings the US Constitution to life for visitors of all ages with interactive exhibits, theatrical performances, and original documents of freedom. As a Headquarters for Civic Education, the Constitution Center offers cutting-edge resources including the premier online Interactive Constitution. As America’s Town Hall, the Constitution Center hosts timely conversations with distinguished scholars from across the political spectrum.

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9/11 A Nation Remembers

This guide is designed to help students consider the idea of memory in connection to the events of September11. The activities included are presented in three parts: a pre-visit activity, a visit activity, and a post-visit activity.

A Hero For Liberty

In groups, students will research and nominate Founders for the Liberty Medal as if it were 1788, the year after the Constitution was signed. The Liberty Medal is an award given annually by the National Constitution Center to men and women of courage and conviction who strive to secure the blessings of liberty to people around the globe.

Bill of Rights: Grades 3-5

Students learn about the specific rights and freedoms protected by the Bill of Rights, one of our nation’s most important documents.

Bill of Rights: Grades 6-8

Students learn about the specific rights and freedoms protected by the Bill of Rights, one of our nation’s most important documents.

Bill of Rights: Grades 9-12

Students learn about the specific rights and freedoms protected by the Bill of Rights, one of our nation’s most important documents.

Breaking Barriers: Grades 3-5

Students will get a look at how African-American individuals have broken barriers to racial integration in the United States.

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http://constitutioncenter.org/

525 Arch Street
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19106

Organization Type: Non-profit