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    World War I Webquest "Battles and Fronts" (World History). Students will use the internet to search for information about the important battles and fronts of World War One. They will also analyze a primary source related to the Battle of Somme. Common Core aligned! The website is Interactive maps are included. This 2-page analysis worksheet will take your students about 1 hour to complete.

    A lesson plan with ideas for teaching the First World War inspired by the National Theatre production of War Horse.

    A short presentation about World War I, Remembrance Day and the symbolism of the poppy.

    Bingo for Social Studies. Covers some of the important people from the Civil War to World War 2. Great for fifth grade review.

    This excellent activity for World War II has students placing different events, people, and things into the country that best fits it on an idea web. The seven major powers of World War II are divided into the two major alliances (Axis & Allies) and 23 different items are listed above it.

    The Road to World War Two: An in-depth and interesting overview of the events leading to the start of World War Two. The package also thoroughly covers the events early in the war from 1939 - 1940.

    A differentiated activities package looking at the early in events of World War One. The package contains seven activities

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    World War I PowerPoint Presentation. Aligned with 5th Grade Social Studies Standards in Georgia. 100% Editable! Paid

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