Take the Preamble Challenge!

Are you ready for the Preamble Challenge? Take those 52 words at the beginning of the U.S. Constitution and memorize them, sing them, create a rap, dance to them, shout them out on Constitution Day, along with thousands of other students, teachers, libraries and civics organizations! The National Constitution Center kicks off the reading of […]

Celebrate Bill of Rights Day

On December 15, 1791, with Virginia’s approval, the Bill of Rights was ratified. Find a complete selection of resources for teaching about these individual liberties here. Which two amendments were not ratified? Who was the Father of the Bill of Rights? Search the keyword ‘George Mason’ Which states’ Bills of Rights informed the national Bill […]

Naturalization Ceremonies

There are few public events as deeply moving and personally affecting as the moment when a group of people of all ages and from all walks of life and virtually any corner of the globe stand together and as a group recite the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America. More than 20 […]

Naturalization Ceremonies

There are few public events as deeply moving and personally affecting as the moment when a group of people of all ages and from all walks of life and virtually any corner of the globe stand together and as a group recite the Oath of Allegiance to the United States of America. More than 20 […]