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Terrific WWII Thinkquest

http://teacher.scholastic.com/activities/wwii/ahf/life/index.htm

http://tvh.bfn.org/sources2.html

http://www.carolhurst.com/newsletters/22cnewsletters.html

 

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Nystrom Atlas of United States History. Chicago: Herff Jones, Inc. 2000.
Panchyk, Richard. World War II for Kids. Chicago: Chicago Review Press, 2002.

 

This site was developed by Carole Parsons, a 5th grade teacher at Millbrook Elementary School. This lesson is part of a unit on WW II for the 5th grade Social Studies classes. Students are also working on performing a play based on the attack on Pearl Harbor, reading a WWII novel, and using extensive PowerPoint presentations to provide additional information to enhance the text.

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