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Analyzing President Truman's Diary Entry on the Atomic Bomb

This fantastic primary source document activity has students reading a short excerpt from President Truman's diary entry regarding the use of atomic bombs on Japan. In simple terms, Truman justifies dropping the bombs on Hiroshima & Nagasaki and calls them "military targets". A great, simple reading for students to complete and generate a debate on the bomb's use. One of my favorite ways to conclude our World War II unit and always spurs a great class debate.

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Atomic Bombing of Hiroshima World War II Primary Source Worksheet

This worksheet allows students to use a primary source document to learn about the atomic bombing of Hiroshima. I use this worksheet to help students better

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1 Month In Japan: A Complete Itinerary And Travel Map

There is so much to see in Japan! Not just ancient and interesting cultural highlights, amazing nature as well! Check out this 1 month itinerary around Japan including Tokyo, Hokkaido, Hiroshima, Miyajima, Nara, Koyasan, Kyoto, the Japanese Alps (Kamikochi) and Matsumoto.

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1 Minute Sight Word Fluency Homework for Kindergarten and First Grade