Question #1

According to the Constitution, who must be allowed to attend public school in America?

Question #2

The U.S. government is a federal government that has limited powers because:

Question #3

Why did the delegates convene the Constitutional Convention?

Question #4

Which delegate’s face is worth one hundred dollars?

Question #5

The Constitution:

Question #6

Which of the 13 original states unanimously ratified the Constitution?

Question #7

Which document is referred to as the "Supreme Law of the Land"?

Question #8

The Constitution does not apply when you are in school because teachers are in charge.

Question #9

Which freedoms in the Constitution mean the most to you?

Question #10

What do the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution have in common?

Question #11

Which state is nicknamed the Constitution State? HINT: This state is also called the Nutmeg State

Question #12

Who is charged with interpreting the Constitution and deciding if a law is constitutional?

Question #13

Who can change the Constitution?

Question #14

James Madison was known as the:

Question #15

The Constitution protects the rights of all people in America, regardless of their

Question #16

Which of these people are among the six people who signed both the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence?

Question #17

Which of these make up the three branches of the U.S. government:

Question #18

Which branch of government checks to make sure that laws do not violate the Constitution?

Question #19

How was the original Constitution written?

Question #20

Who is considered the Father of the Constitution?

  • Children who are U.S. citizens
  • Children who live in the U.S., but are not U.S. citizens
  • Only students who have great grades
  • Both A & B are right: Every child living in the United States of America
  • Only children who can pay for school supplies
  • It only has the powers granted to it by the Constitution
  • It is weakened by Kryptonite
  • The Constitution built in a checks and balances system to make sure the government doesn't become too powerful
  • A & C are correct
  • This is wrong, the U.S. government has unlimited power to control the people
  • They wanted to revise the Articles of the Confederation, the original agreement governing the original 13 states, but they had so many revisions, they ended up writing the Constitution instead.
  • They wanted to go to Philadelphia for a big party.
  • They heard that Philly Cheesesteaks were really delicious.
  • Without Facebook or Twitter, they really had nothing else better to do.
  • Mr. Potatohead
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • George Washington
  • Spider-Man
  • Gives only foreigners rights
  • Limits only teenagers' rights
  • Lists ALL of your rights
  • Protects your rights
  • I'm just going to click next...
  • Rhode Island & North Carolina
  • Never Never Land, Disney World...oh wait, you said states?
  • All of them ratified the Constitution right away
  • Delaware, New Jersey, Georgia, Connecticut
  • The Magna Carta
  • The Federalist Papers
  • The Articles of Confederation
  • The Declaration of Independence
  • The Constitution
  • True: you have to follow all the school rules
  • False: your rights can be limited in school, but the Constitution still applies
  • I don't know, I don't use my rights in school
  • Students don't have rights in school
  • Only teachers have rights in school
  • Nothing, the freedoms have all expired.
  • The freedom to watch TV all day long
  • What kind of multiple choice question is this?
  • I will have to read the Constitution and decide for myself.
  • They were both signed at Independence Hall in Philadelphia.
  • They are both important documents in the history of the United States. Let’s face it, where would we be without them?
  • They were both signed by: Roger Sherman, George Reed, Benjamin Franklin, Robert Morris, George Clymer, and James Wilson.
  • All of the above.
  • Pennsylvania
  • Connecticut
  • Hawaii because it is the last state to join the United States
  • Washington
  • My parents
  • The Vice President
  • The Motion Picture Academy
  • The United States Supreme Court
  • The President
  • Congress and the State Legislatures together
  • The Supreme Court of the United States
  • Anyone over 18 years old
  • Father of the Revolution
  • Father of the Bride
  • Father of the Constitution
  • Father of the Declaration of Independence
  • Father of All of America
  • Age
  • Race
  • Sexual orientation
  • Religious beliefs
  • All of the above
  • Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George Bush
  • George Read, James Wilson, and Roger Sherman
  • Some really old presidents
  • An Egyptian Pharaoh and two queens
  • Justice, Explanatory and Legendary
  • Justification, Excellent and Legitimate
  • Judicial, Executor and Legislative
  • Judicial, Executive and Legislative
  • What? Aren't these all the same?
  • Executive
  • Judicial
  • Legislative
  • Innovative
  • Extraterrestrial
  • Using blood, sweat, and tears.
  • It was written out in pasta glued to paper plates.
  • All 4543 words were handwritten with a quill pen and ink.
  • It was carved in stone. That’s why it took so long to write.
  • Ben Franklin. That dude did everything.
  • George Washington. Isn’t he considered the Father of our Country?
  • James Madison because he wrote 29 essays for the Federalist papers and the Bill of Rights
  • What about the Mother of the Constitution?