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Adams State University
Nielsen Library

Constitution Day 2018

Resources and information to support Adams State University's recognition of Constitution Day 2018

Games and other Interactive Resources

Test Your Knowledge

  • Interactive Constitution - explore the Constitution through this interactive site.  Also available as an app on iOS and Android
  • American Treasures - explore the Constitution as it developed through four different early drafts and the final version
  • ​Constitutional Rights - explore the documents that influenced the Constitution's authors and explore the concepts of individual rights around the world
  • Bill of Rights - Help restore the Bill of Rights in this online game 
  • Constitution Duel Quiz - Find out how much you know about the Founding documents, landmark Supreme Court Cases, and historic Americans!
  • Test Your Knowledge - Test your knowledge then challenge friends and family to see if they can beat your score. See how you compare to others in your state, and nationally. See which founding father you'd vote for, which founding father you're most like, test your knowledge with varying levels of U.S. Constitution crossword puzzles, word finds, treasure hunts and more! Can you tell what's real or fake?, try your hand at this entertaining quiz to find out more about the founding fathers.
  • Seize the Vote - Learn all about voting rights throughout history in this online game
  • Which Founder Are You? - The U.S. Constitution was written in 1787 by a group of 55 men with one purpose and many different personalities. Discover which Founding Father you're most like
  • Life Without the Bill of Rights? - Have you ever imagined what life would be like without a Bill of Rights to protect our rights as American citizens? Explore the Life Without the Bill of Rights? Flash Activity to consider how life would change without some of our most cherished freedoms.
  • Madison’s Notes are Missing - This game gives you a chance to become a reporter and travel back in time to the Constitutional Convention. You will ask questions of the Founders and report your findings in a news story.
  • Federalist/Anti-Federalist - Who were the critics and supporters of the Constitution?


Online Resources