U. S. National Archives:
American Bar Association
National Constitution Center
Audio version (LibriVox) : The Constitution of the United States Audiobook
The Constitutional Convention - Scene at the Signing of the Constitution:
Using the painting by Howard Chandler Christie, this site, created by Teaching American History, allows you to move your mouse over a delegate to see that delegate's name and state and by clicking on the delegate's image to access biographical information.
From The White House comes this explanation of why there is a constitution and how the government is constructed.
Here is an explanation of the Constitution Day Celebration provided by the Administrative Office of the United States Courts.
Background information from the American Bar Association includes landmark cases.
Site includes all kinds of background information. Created by ConstitutionFacts.Org.
CRS Annotated Constitution:
Site provides discussion of governmental issues. The site was created by the Legal Information Institute at the Cornell University Law School.
Bill of Rights Institute: Constitutional Principles Videos
View videos about aspects of government under the Constitution.
Introduction to the United States Constitution
Brief introduction to the history behind the creation of the U.S. Constitution.
The Making of the American Constitution - Judy Walton
Principles of the Constitution Video Series
Choose from several videos addressing aspects of the U.S. Constitution.
National Archives Celebrates Constitution Day With "Inside the Vaults" Video Short - The U. S. Constitution at the National Archives
Translations can be found at these sites:
National Constitution Center:
U.S. Department of State: (scroll down page for Constitution section)