WWI has been richly covered and lots of wonderful projects sit in our notebooks to prove it. The School History site was invaluable for me during this unit!! You can see some of the activities we chose to use from School History below.
This map shows the allies at the beginning of the war.
This is a diagram of trench warfare.
This is a chart of several important points of the war.
And this is a map of the new Europe established after the end of the war.
I bought the game A Journey Through Europe for $1.00 at a curriculum sale last summer. It was a great was to reinforce important places in Europe. I haven’t linked it because I don’t think it’s available anymore, but it would be a good one to keep in the back of your mind as you visit curriculum and yard sales.
Below are the resources that have been in my sidebar. I hope you find them useful!
World War I
I’m kind of bummed that our library has such a limited selection of age-appropriate WWI books. These books and DVD’s got us pretty far, though.
Thanks to Jimmie for making me aware of most of these links!