Are you looking for some engaging resources for your students that will help them better understand our Constitution? Look no more! Try this hyperdoc that will help your elementary students understand the significance of our Constitution.

What’s a hyperdoc, you ask? Lisa Highfill, Kelly Hilton, and Sarah Landis, the originators of the idea of hyperdocs, explain hyperdocs as follows:

  • Creators deliberately choose web tools to give students opportunities to Engage • Explore • Explain • Apply • Share • Reflect • Extend the learning.
  • Digital collaboration is choreographed that give every student a voice and a chance to be heard by their classmates.
  • Critical thinking and problem solving skills can be developed through linked tasks.
  • Students have an opportunity to create authentic digital artifacts to show what they know, and connect with a wider audience.

Check out the hyperdoc website at for more hyperdoc templates and ideas for grades K-12, all subjects!

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