Constitution History Assembly Show

Constitution/History Show

Elementary School Assembly Program

A fun educational history/constitution program that discusses both constitutional principles and fundamental beliefs.

Constitutional History Assembly Program


This powerful American Constitution educational assembly presentation playfully promotes a greater understanding of what makes up the American government and the freedoms that define the Red, White and Blue. Best suited for grades 3 - 6.

Students will learn:

  • The first three articles of the Constitution
  • The first ten amendments to the Constitution
  • What it is to be a good citizen and the definition of what it means to be a proud American
Richard and his friend Peking Duck playfully discuss life, liberty, diversity, justice and the common good. The students and the teachers join in on an educational/entertaining song about Due Process of Law which explains the definitions of the fifth, sixth and seventh amendments of the constitution.

A few students and teachers are chosen from the audience to dress up and become the three branches of government (Executive, Legislative and Judicial) hilariously demonstrating how a bill becomes a law. This short comical sketch also explains the mean of separation of powers, federalism, and checks and balance.

"My son cannot stop talking about the program you presented at his elementary school in Troy. So ... I was hoping to book you for a visit to our school in Royal Oak." Sue Balcueva Principal, Mark Twain Elementary

Ben Franklin helpsStudents also learn about history and people like Thomas Jefferson, Ben Franklin, James Madison, Alexander Hamilton and George Washington. They love it when they get to meet Thomas Jefferson's pet turtle Toby, a 250 year-old fun loving character that slowly shares with the students the inside information on the formation of the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution.

One of the founding Fathers, Ben Franklin, stops by to share the meaning of patriotism, community service, respect for fellow man and what it means to be a proud American.

Two lucky students are brought up on stage to help create an American Flag and audience members are asked if they know why there are thirteen strips, and why there are fifty stars.

In closing, students are serenaded by Richard and one lucky teacher who is dressed up like the Statue of Liberty singing America the Beautiful.


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The following are all comments taken from a Listen America survey:

He did an excellent job with his songs presenting the Core Democratic Values. These are abstract concepts and putting them to song makes it so much easier to grasp for elementary students! He has an outstanding voice also. We enjoyed his singing!

The use of puppets immediately had the students hooked. He involved the students and teachers which everyone enjoyed. His presentation of how a bill becomes a law was an excellent teaching tool.

The students enjoyed thoroughly enjoyed his presentation.

We especially liked the way he got the kids involved in the "Bill"-passing process.

Core Democratic - Mr. Paul involved the student body in his presentation. The students have used his examples in the classroom discussions. Humorous and authentic. Would have him back again next year to reinforce the Core Democratic Values which reinforces the MEAP, Michigan Standards and Benchmarks. Students had a great time learning.

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