The seven articles of the Constitution include
1. A rticle one outlines the Legislative branch of the government, also called Congress.
2. Article two lays out the framework of the executive branch consisting of the President and Vice President and the Departments of the federal government.
3. Article Three outlines the Judicial branch, the Supreme Court, and other federal governments. That happened in June of 1788 when New Hampshire ratified its approval.
4. Article Four discusses the relationship between the federal government and the states, and the states themselves.
5. Article Five discusses how the Constitution can be changed or amended.
6. Article Six makes it clear that the Constitution is the supreme law of the land.
7. Article Seven says that the Constitution will go into effect when it is ratified by nine states.
These seven parts make up some of the Constitution.