Constitution Day Teacher Resource Kit

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Celebrate Constitution Day/Week with this easy-to-use Teacher Resource Kit that includes:

  • The 2-hour movie A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation (including 5 additional teaching segments) on 1 DVD.
  • An 85-page Activity Book (look inside) with fun ways to teach the main concepts discussed at the Constitutional Convention, to all age groups.  This activity book is designed to be used with the movie, A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation.  
  • A 22" X 34" Constitution Poster containing the entire text of the US Constitution, The Bill of Rights, and Amendments 11-27.  A quick reference to the entire document is included on the back of the poster.
  • Pocket Constitution which contains the US Constitution, the Bill of Rights, Amendments 11-27, and the Declaration of Independence.

Download the Teacher's Guide for A More Perfect Union here.

Look inside the new Activity Book that now comes with this package.


What is A More Perfect Union: America Becomes a Nation?

A More Perfect Union is a 2-hour movie that recreates the main events prior to and during the Constitutional Convention of 1787.  This stirring film will bring the Founding Fathers to life as you witness the struggles and the miracles that produced the Constitution for the United States and the freest nation on earth.

A More Perfect Union is the first comprehensive recreation of the events that took place at Williamsburg, Virginia; and other historical sites in the summer of 1787.  It dramatically chronicles how America became a nation. It is an exciting drama of the best kind--fact, rather than fiction.

"It brings the history books to life," writes one reviewer.

"Dramatically moving, and visually handsome," says another.

Officially recognized at the time by the Commission on the Bicentennial of the United States Constitution, who cited the film as being "of exceptional merit."

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