Bill of Rights Day Resources

Annenberg Classroom's That's Your Right game

A fun, interactive card game helps students to understand how the freedoms in the Bill of Rights affect them in their daily lives. Single player and multiplayer versions are available.

The Story of the Bill of Rights

Eleven short videos tell the story of these individual freedoms that often are taken for granted today. But in 1787, when they were first discussed at the Constitutional Convention, the Founding Fathers rejected them. Why was a bill of rights controversial then? The complete story about these rights, including what they say and what they mean, is explained. Our Heritage of Liberty lesson plan accompanies the videos.