World War II part 3 redo

February 11, 2012 at 3:47 pm Leave a comment

What happened to my post? I just saw that it was blank? I have to redo it. That’s annoying. But for you, I will do it.

I left off with Pearl Harbor.

My oldest student (6th grade) did some worksheets with political cartoons. I already gave you the link that contains one of them. Here’s one that I made up having to do with America’s resistance to joining the war. Both political cartoons we used were by Dr. Seuss.

My daughter's version of a propaganda cartoon. She didn't get Hitler's famous mustache right, but I think she did a good job.

Here is a coloring page for the axis leaders and a game I made to sort through the axis and allies.

My daughter watched a video series on the history of China from WWI through WWII. SKIP PART 4! I mean you can watch it if you want to, but I wouldn’t have a child watch it because of a description of a torture technique.

We listened to President Roosevelt declaring war on Japan. We watched this video on the fighting between the Americans and Japanese. We watched a different one for the older kids.

We read about the Japanese internment camps and watched a video about it. Took the “quick quiz” too.

We read about codes and technology during the war, even reading about pigeons and watched the movie Valiant. (I’m not giving you every link. You can find more links on the Links blog and everything we did on the year 4 history page on my curriculum blog.)

Part 4 to come…


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