My goal every year is to matriculate a new crop of Constitutional scholars. This is the key tool I use in my classroom to do so. This is something I tell my kids to hold on to, and we pull it out of their binders almost daily.
I have this broken out into three separate columns.
The text of the Constitution, a space for students to translate the Constitution into words they understand, and then an area for us to find ways in which Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court have changed, influenced, or interpreted the Constitution.
This is a mammoth document, and has take more than forty hours for me to research and write about. It is the backbone of my course.