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Constitution Day and Bill of Rights Day Activities

September 17 is Constitution Day, but did you know that there is also a Bill of Rights Day that is celebrated annually on December 15? The Share My Lesson team has selected a variety of free preK-12 lesson plans, educational resources and classroom materials to support you while celebrating Constitution Day or Bill of Rights Day with your students. Get started with your lesson planning here.

Looking specifically for a lesson on the Bill of Rights to use with your students? Check out the resources that we have highlighted from our collection below.

Celebrate Bill of Rights Day with these Lessons!
Constitution 101: Module 5: The Bill of Rights
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Constitution 101: Module 5: The Bill of Rights

Activity, Handout, Worksheet | Grades 9-12

Bill of Rights Activity/Worksheet
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Bill of Rights Activity/Worksheet

Handout | Grades 9-12, Adult Education

The First Amendment Protections of Free Speech
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The First Amendment Protections of Free Speech

Activity, Article, Handout, Lesson Plan, Presentation | Grades 10-12

Student Speech in Schools
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Student Speech in Schools

Assessment, Handout, Lesson Plan, Worksheet | Grades 9-12

Freedom of the Press
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Freedom of the Press

Lesson Plan | Grades 9-12

U.S. History of Religious Toleration
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U.S. History of Religious Toleration

Handout, Lesson Plan, Worksheet | Grades 9-12

Know Your Rights! PBL
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Know Your Rights! PBL

Lesson Plan | Grades 7-8

Educating for Democratic Citizenship

The Shanker Institute in partnership with the American Federation of Teachers, Share My Lesson the and the AFT Innovation Fund has launched this Educating for Democratic Citizenship Project whereby a group of accomplished, experienced AFT educators have developed these Action Civics lessons and materials that we hope will improve teaching and learning of American History, Government, and Civics for teachers and students.