FREE Constitution Day Lesson Idea~ Looking for a way to make the Constitution accessible and interesting? Why not have your students write their own Constitution like the one here from Kreative in Kinder? Tie into Charlie Brown's The Birth of the Constitution, David Catrow's We The Kids, or Jean Fritz's Shh! We're Writing the Constitution!
I don't care about the color of your skin, your gender, your politics, or your religion...If you support raising taxes, violating rights, bypassing the Constitution, or disarming people- I WILL RESIST YOU. Obedience is not patriotism. Patriotism is love of your country not your government. DON'T TREAD ON ME.
Speaking of Natural Rights being exercised freely... It seems our free speech to post news stories and patriotic concerns for American and Christian values stops when it becomes an inconvenience to those who would prefer we remain ignorant to the danger that is looming over us. Please pass this on to people who would like to change this policy!
Mashable: Founding Fathers Twitter: We Hold These Tweets to be Self-Evident. There's no doubt in my mind that Mr. Jefferson, Mr. Franklin, and their colleagues would have loved and leveraged Twitter and other new technologies. Can you imagine crowdsourcing the Constitution or using a platform like Basecamp to manage a project like the Continental Congress... - csh