Question #1

If the government stopped students from using the dictionary because it includes definitions of "bad" words, what amendment would the government be violating?

Question #2

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

Question #3

Which of these is a right granted by the First Amendment?

Question #4

What did the 13th Amendment do?

Question #5

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

Question #6

Where was the Constitution signed?

Question #7

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

Question #8

Which delegate’s face is worth one hundred dollars?

Question #9

Why did the U.S. need a Constitution?

Question #10

Which delegate is one of the Framers credited with naming the new government, the “United States?”

Question #11

How many people signed both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution?

Question #12

Which one of these was NOT a part of the original Constitution?

Question #13

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

Question #14

Jonathan Dayton was the youngest and Benjamin Franklin was the oldest person to sign the Constitution.  How old were they exactly?

Question #15

How was the original Constitution written?

Question #16

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

Question #17

How many Articles are in the main body of the Constitution?

Question #18

The Constitution was written in 1787, but when did it go into effect?

Question #19

Which branch of government is headed by the President?

Question #20

Which freedoms in the Constitution mean the most to you?

  • The 30th Amendment
  • The First Amendment
  • It's the Amendment I can't remember right now
  • I plead the Fifth!
  • None, the government can ban any book it doesn't like
  • Age
  • Race
  • Sexual orientation
  • Religious beliefs
  • All of the above
  • Freedom of Religion
  • Freedom of the Press
  • Freedom of Speech
  • All of the above
  • It abolished horses, so cars had to be invented
  • It abolished slavery and involuntary servitude
  • It forbid the government from denying women the right to vote
  • It paved the way for the invention of the cell phone
  • There is no 13th Amendment; it's bad luck
  • Barack Obama, Bill Clinton and George Bush
  • George Read, James Wilson, and Roger Sherman
  • Some really old presidents
  • An Egyptian Pharaoh and two queens
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • Washington, DC
  • New York City, NY
  • Hollywood, CA
  • Constitution, WY
  • Taylor Swift, Selena Gomez, and Austin Moon
  • George Clymer, Benjamin Franklin, and Robert Morris
  • One Direction and their biggest fan
  • Abraham Lincoln, Richard Nixon, and John Adams
  • Mr. Potatohead
  • Benjamin Franklin
  • George Washington
  • Spider-Man
  • To set up a federal government
  • To limit the powers of the government
  • To protect the rights of people in America
  • To give you more homework
  • Answers A, B & C are correct
  • George Washington. You know who he is by now.
  • Betsy Ross, the woman believed to have sewn the first American flag.
  • Oliver Ellsworth, a United States Senator from CT
  • Michelle Obama. Is she even old enough?
  • Trick question! These documents are the same
  • One
  • Six
  • Wait, people could sign both documents
  • The Preamble
  • Articles 1, 2, 3 & 4
  • Articles 5, 6 & 7
  • The Bill of Rights
  • Executive
  • Judicial
  • Legislative
  • Innovative
  • Extraterrestrial
  • Jonathan was 36; Ben was twice his age, 72.
  • Jonathan was 18, old enough to vote, and Ben was 65, old enough for lots of discounts
  • Jonathan was 35, old enough to be President, and Ben was 90, old enough to know better.
  • Jonathan was the ripe old age of 26; Ben was a frisky 81 years old.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 4
  • 0. It isn’t a newspaper
  • 7
  • 13, one for every original state
  • 1787
  • 1788
  • 1789
  • 1790
  • Never; we're still waiting
  • Executive
  • Judicial
  • Legislative
  • Innovative
  • Extraterrestrial
  • 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.