September 17 is Constitution Day and Citizenship Day in the United States, commemorating the signing of the United States Constitution in 1787. In 1956,Congress asked President Dwight D. Eisenhower to proclaim September 17-23 as Constitution Week, a time to celebrate, reflect, and acknowledge the importance of the U.S. Constitution in our everyday lives. Comics Plus offers a range of comics for every age level to learn about the signers of the Constitution, key events that led to its signing, and how this important historical document has continued to shape our lives through the years.
Below you will find a list comprised of carefully curated titles to support your Constitution Week efforts. In addition you will find flyers and digital banners to help you promote these titles within your collection.
Click the link above to see the titles in Comics Plus curated specifically for Constitution Week
Print the flyers out double sided and place them in your administrator(s), teacher(s), librarian(s) mail box - get the word out! They have classroom sets to all these titles and unlimited use!
Some suggestions for use: 1. Your Library website 2. Any digital materials or communication you send out 3. Any physical materials you print out 4. Social Media blasts!
Teaching STEM/STEAM with Graphic Novels
Recorded April 29, 2021 Our panel of experienced educators, librarians, and publishers—Dr. Shari Brady, Tracy Edmunds, Jim Ottaviani, C.A. Preece—shared insights on their discovery process and results from using graphic novels to teach STEAM ...
Age Appropriate Content
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They Called Us Enemy: Reading and Teaching Guide - 7 Lessons!- | Ages 9 - 18
OVERVIEW In response to Japan’s attack on Pearl Harbor on December 7, 1941, President Franklin D. Roosevelt signed Executive Order 9066 on February 19, 1942. This set into motion the forced removal of 120,000 people of Japanese ancestry from the West ...
Springtime in Chernobyl: Reading and Teaching Guide | Ages 16 - 18
OVERVIEW It was the worst nuclear accident in history— that’s the part everyone knows. What’s less known is that to this day many still choose to live their lives and raise their families in the shadow of Chernobyl. It’s to this world that acclaimed ...