Here is a set of 50 task cards focusing on World War I. The student answer keys are grouped into five problems per key to allow for frequent checks and immediate feedback. Student response sheets are also provided with five questions per sheet. The teacher key has all 50 answers on one page.
The Great War 100 overview infographic poster - a great history teacher resource and a perfect wall poster for any history classroom! Teachers can claim their poster from http://www.scottaddington.com/products/gw100schools/
More than ONE full YEAR of Leveled Reading Passages (Nonfiction) that correlate EXACTLY with Social Studies standards!! All the way from the Age of Exploration - Native Americans - American Revolution - U.S. Government - Abolitionists - Civil War - Reconstruction - Westward Expansion - Industrial Revolution - Prosperity & the Great Depression - World War I - World War II - Cold War - Civil Rights - Globalization - Popular Culture Today - WOW!
Students learn about some of the key players during World War I (World War 1) by going on a scavenger hunt. https://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/World-War-I-World-War-1-Key-People-Scavenger-Hunt-1888514
Short video on the M.A.I.N Causes of World War One - gives the definition of militarism, alliances, imperialism and nationalism and has a free graphic organizer on TpT!(http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/MAIN-Causes-of-World-War-One-Graphic-Organizer-1050856_
World War II Cookbook - Recipes For Today This vintage cookbook was published by General Foods Corp., in 1943 during World War II. The booklet addresses food shortages and rations that the United States experienced during the war and offers creative ways to prepare meals (using many of the General Foods products). It has a variety of tips that can be helpful even today when working with tightening food budges. Quite the little treasure here!