Challenge your students with some fun games from the Bill of Rights Institute: the newest one "Constitutional Duel" asks them to answer 15 multiple choice questions to defend their constitutional honor. Questions are based on the text of the Constitution, primary source documents, landmark Supreme Court cases, and historic people.Take the quiz as an individual, or as a team - get the whole class involved and challenge another classroom to a Constitution knowledge duel!
Entertain younger students by asking them to imagine "Life Without the Bill of Rights" and older ones with an interactive module on the writing of the Constitution, featuring "Madison's Notes Are Missing" and much more.
The National Constitution Center offers an interactive Which Founding Father Are You? Quiz.
Recently we discovered a whole site devoted to interactive games about the Constitution, citizenship and the rule of law in American life, iCivics.
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