This World War II Resource Bundle includes numerous puzzles, activities, and games to help students learn more about World War II. It also includes a notebooking unit on the battles of World War II and a challenging set of World War II Essay Questions that provides students with a way to take a closer look at 25 leaders of World War II from around the world. See a preview of each title at the links below.
Pearl Harbor Mini Quiz Pack: Use these 7 quizzes to test your student’s knowledge of the attack on Pearl Harbor. Key people, ships, and dates are explored, along with a fill-in based on President Roosevelt’s Fireside Chat 19. A writing prompt and notebooking page challenge students to reflect on the seriousness of the attack and its consequences. 24 pages total.
Leaders of World War II Essay Questions: This unit challenges students to go deeper in their study of World War II by taking a closer look at the lives of 25 influential leaders of the period. Leaders studied are from Australia, Canada, China, France, Germany, Ireland, New Zealand, the United Kingdom, and the United States and include General Andrew McNaughton, Lieutenant General Bernard Montgomery, German Field Marshal Erwin Rommel, Lieutenant Colonel James H. Doolittle, Sir Frank Horton Berryman, British Air Marshal Arthur William Tedder, Lieutenant General Bernard Freyberg, Sir Edmund Herring, General Eedson Louis Millard Burns, Admiral William F. Halsey, Jr., Air Commodore Alan Christopher Deere, Admiral Andrew Browne Cunningham, Philippe Leclerc de Hauteclocque, Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, General Douglas MacArthur, Prime Minister William Lyon Mackenzie King, Charles de Gaulle, Major General Richard N. Gale, Prime Minister Winston Churchill, General Dwight D. Eisenhower, Prime Minister Peter Fraser, Chiang Kai-shek, Prime Minister John Curtin, President Franklin D. Roosevelt, and Admiral Louis Mountbatten.
Students will be challenged to think critically about the legacies of these men. A short bio of each individual is given as well as essay questions to encourage reflection. Notebooking pages are also included. 37 pages total.
World War II: Research and Notebooking Unit: This unit provides parents, teachers, and students options for studying battles of WWII including a list of 200 World War II battles and engagements, world maps of the regions where the battles occurred, and multiple notebooking page templates. There is also a How to Use section and a list of battles by year for parents and teachers. 26 pages total.
World War II: On the American Home Front: This unit looks at aspects of life at home during World War II. Through 46 pages, we’ll look at movies, baseball, rationing, Christmas, the radio, volunteerism, recycling, espionage, and more. Challenging research and writing prompts encourage students to dig deeper and reflect on what they are learning, and fun puzzles provide a different kind of challenge. This printable can be used as a springboard for further research or a supplement to a World War II study.
World War II: Recon Leader Board Game: Which recon team leader has the knowledge and the intel to lead his team to victory? This stand-alone history-themed printable board game is designed for your middle-high schoolers. Each player must gather the men and supplies he needs, overcome a number of obstacles, collect intel, and return to camp. How successful he will be depends largely on his knowledge of World War II. The game contains 198 question cards about the war as well as a blank template for adding your own questions to the game.
World War II Recon Leader Board Game Additional Question Pack #1: This is a special extension pack for those of you who have purchased the World War II Recon Leader Board Game. This pack contains 108 new questions to add to your game and test your knowledge of World War II, but you must have the World War II Recon Leader Board Game in order to use these as designed. It is not a stand-alone unit.