Today is Constitution Day in the United States, and I revisited The National Constitution Center. Over the years, they’ve been a bit irregular in the resources they’ve posted – kept them online off-and-on – but now that appear to have some nice new ones.

You can see all of them at this page on their site (assuming they don’t reorganize it again). They include several engaging online games.

One interactive I particularly like is called Rights Around The World. It shows what rights are guaranteed by which country’s constitutions, and fits right in with the activity I do each year in U.S. History where students create a Bill of Rights for their own country (that lesson is borrowed from ReThinking Schools).

I’m adding this info to both The Best Resources For “Bill Of Rights Day” and The Best Sites For Learning About The Constitution Of The United States.