The Ultimate Backseat Bookshelf: 100 Must-Reads For Kids 9-14
Inspired by a period of several weeks in 1943, when the people of Denmark smuggled nearly 7,000 Jews out of the country, this historical novel is a sensitive and appropriate introduction to the Holocaust for young readers. Ages 9 and up.
The Hiding Place by Corrie ten Boom. One of the best books I've ever read...definitely in my top 10. God's hand in the life of Corrie, her family, and their mission was so supernatural. Definitely a must read.
Great activity for World War II that forces students to think critically! Students are given five scenarios that involve World War II, the Holocaust, and its aftermath. Then they are asked to answer a series of thought provoking moral questions. Each story is based on a true event and the real stories are also provided. Extension suggestions and a lesson plan are included.
Elementary teacher looking for spring and read alouds to teach kindness in the classroom and tolerance? These holocaust picture books for kids are perfect picture books for older kids and picture books for teaching a plethora of reading skills.