Some of the games that we have on the LRE website would also be appropriate for this week. Check out the Games Page and these resources; Constitution Board Game, American Symbols, Preamble Scramble, and the Declaration Clarification Game.
The I Was the First website has a specific section geared toward Celebrate Freedom Week.
This lesson has students examining primary sources to understand different aspects of the suffrage movement.
Women's Rights Casebook Significant cases related to the rights of women are contained in this Supreme Court Casebook.
Free, Citizens, Vote Power Point This lesson helps students explore the 13th, 14th, and 15th amendments from different perspectives.
This lesson has students matching key terms, that explain the expansion of voting, with their definition. The completed puzzle forms a quilt pattern.
This lesson utilizes children's literature to help students understand the importance of civic engagement and identify characteristics of good citizenship.