The United States Constitution Booklet

$150 supplies an entire classroom of students with their own copy of the United States Constitution, the Declaration of Independence, and more.

At the conclusion of the Constitutional Convention, Benjamin Franklin was asked what kind of government the delegates had created.  He answered, “A Republic if you can keep it.”

For over 200 years, brave men and women have fought to “keep our Republic” and our freedoms.  Be a part of something BIG and help us ignite an interest in our U. S. Constitution among the youth of America…they are our future.

Each booklet contains:

•    48 pages / 8.5” X 5.5”
•    U. S. Constitution
•    Declaration of Independence
•    A walk through the Constitution activity
•    Famous patriotic quotes
•    An index for reference
•    List of related websites
•    High quality materials

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Purchase a personal copy for $5 and it will be shipped to you FREE of charge.

Purchase Constitution booklets for an entire class for $150 which covers booklets and shipping.

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…the Polk County School District would proudly acknowledge receipt of these documents and ensure each of these students receive this very thoughtful and historically impactful piece of literature.

Jacquelin M. Byrd, Superintendent | School Board of Polk County

I can honestly say that this sparked a renewed interest in making students aware of one of the oldest and most influential legal documents in existence.

Dr. Karyn E. Gary, Superintendent | The School District of Desoto County
Thank you for the thoughtful gift of Constitution booklets for our fifth graders. It’s great for them to have something concrete to hold in their hands to help them understand what our Constitution is and what it means to each of us. Again, thank you for your thoughtfulness.
Kathleen Valle, 5th grade ELA & Social Studies teacher | Daughtrey Elementary School

This will be a great asset in teaching our students about the rights and freedoms we have as Americans.

Richard A. Shirley, Superintendent, Sumter County School Board

I think it is very important to place this document in the students’ hands every year.

Terry Huddleston, Superintendent | Columbia County, Florida School District
We are excited to see our 5th grade teachers use this material to spark discussion, debate, and critical thinking in their classrooms.
Adrian H. Cline, Superintendent | Desoto County