Thank you to the teachers and students who attended the Civics Renewal Network’s session at the Middle States Council for the Social Studies Conference in Annapolis, Md. on Feb. 26-27. Here is a list of links that were mentioned in the rapid-fire presentation.

National Endowment for the Humanities’ EDSITEment Project
Created Equal: History in Film

American Bar Association
What’s in a Constitutional Preamble?

Annenberg Learner
Making Civics Real: Public Policy & the Federal Budget

Center for Civic Education
Constitution Day Scavenger Hunt with 60-Second Civics

Center on Congress
Facts of Congress: Compromise

Constitutional Rights Foundation
Civic Action Project

Dirksen Congressional Center
Congress for Kids

Edward M. Kennedy Institute for the United States Senate
Compromise of 1850 (SIM Lesson Plans)

Gilder Lehrman Institute of American History
Can You Pass the Citizenship Quiz

National Constitution Center
Interactive Constitution

George Washington’s Mount Vernon
The Acts of Congress

Bill of Rights Institute
Documents of Freedom

Constitutional Sources Project
Constitutional Index – All Legislative Powers Clause

iCivics
Win the White House

Library of Congress
Constitution Student Discovery Set

Share My Lesson
Classroom Resources for Thanksgiving

What So Proudly We Hail
The Meaning of America

U.S. Courts
Judges in the Classroom

National History Day
Tranforming Your Classroom with National History Day

National Archives
Constitution Homepage on DocsTeach.org

James Madison Memorial Fellowship Foundation
Constitutional Conversations

Annenberg Classroom
The Constitution Project

Street Law
Scotus in the Classroom

Preamble Challenge
Take the Preamble Challenge on Constitution Day