WWII for Kids: The Rise and Fall of Dictators
This class will start with the causes of WWII and will cover the timeline, important people and information of WWII, including; battles, events and even the unexpected turn of events that changed the tides of war!
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$5 per class
Meets 5x per week
Over 1 week
90 minutes per class
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There is a supply list for this class. Each day we will discuss a part of the 5 year timeline of the war. As we go through the timeline - we will discuss important people from all the countries involved, the allies and the axis; cover the map of the countries; gain a vocabulary of people, places, things and events. There are notes that students can use to follow the timeline! This is a discussion based class and learners should have some understanding of WWII events or a strong desire to...
I love history, I feel that it is very important to know as much about history as possible. I have written this curriculum and have taught it in an after school settings many times and last summer in a summer camp setting. I have taught k-8th grade and teaching history is my favorite! To get kids excited to learn history fills my bucket!
6 files available upon enrollmentPowerPoint Notes - attached - OPTIONAL white paper (several) pencil markers paper or plastic cup cereal, candy or other small round object (about 5) ration activity sheet - attached pencil paper airplanes or spitfire print out coffee filter or napkin or paper towel string or floss (about 12" long and you need 4) lego man or other small toy Women in WWII - attached
WWII Jeopardy game at the end of class
7 hours 30 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
I will be addressing Hitler throughout this lesson but I will not approach the concentration camps and the Holocaust. I feel like this is an incredibly dark part of our history and should be taught by the parents first and I do not know what each learner knows and so out of respect for families, I refrain from teaching learners this age about the camps.
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I love to teach classes that are as unique and individual as the learner is; I teach US and world history, unexpected science; as well as math and art games. I have been working with kids for 40 years; I have taught preschool aged children,...