• Create a word search, crossword puzzle, quiz of your own using some of the vocabulary from the Constitution and Bill of Rights Glossary.

  • Go through the Constitution or Bill of Rights and notice the differences in spelling and capitalization compared to how it is used today. Rewrite a portion of the text using today’s spelling and capitalization rules.

  • Create a poster announcing the ramifications of the Constitution or Bill of Rights for the people of the various states.

  • Go to¬†Google News (http://news.google.com). Type in key words such as Constitution or Bill of Rights, amendment, First Amendment, etc. and see what news stories come up. Report to your group about what you have found.

  • Go to the Bill of Rights Institute page entitled “Landmark Cases” http://www.billofrightsinstitute.org/sections.php?op=viewarticle&artid=43,report on a case and talk about the amendment or amendments that it pertained to

  • Write an amendment that you feel should be added to the constitution and an explanation of why it should be adopted as an amendment.

  • Write a skit about some aspect of the creation of the Constitution or Bill of Rights. Perform it for the class and videotape it if possible.

  • Create a learning cube about some aspect of the Constitution or Bill of Rights to share with the class.

  • Read a book about one of the writers of the Constitution or Bill of Rights such as James Madison, and write a book report.

  • With a classmate, stage a debate for the class about one of the cases from the Constitution or Bill of Rights Institutes Landmark Cases page.

  • Create a PowerPoint or some other multimedia show about some aspect of the Constitution or Bill of Rights.

  • Create a picture book for young people that explains each of some aspects of the Constitution or Bill of Rights..

  • Create a game such as Jeopardy! about different aspects of the Constitution or Bill of Rights.

  • Create a class museum of the era of the Constitution or Bill of Rights. Include exhibits about each of the amendments.

  • Create your own learning center on the Constitution or Bill of Rights with different activities for users.

  • Create a newspaper that may have been published on the day the Constitution or Bill of Rights was ratified.

  • Write a week’s diary about how different aspects of the Constitution or Bill of Rights affect your daily life.

  • Create a cartoon related to events of the Constitution or Bill of Rights.

  • Go to your school library or to Amazon.com and make a list of books related to the Constitution or Bill of Rights and the Revolutionary War.