The 2013 Boston Marathon Tragedy: April 15, 2013

Boston skyline  On Monday, April 15, 2013 (Patriot's Day), multiple bombs exploded during the Boston Marathon killing three and injuring more than 180 people. This collection of articles, lessons, and advice will help your students understand these events. This tragedy may have your students wondering why such senseless acts occur and how they might be affected. These resources will help you explain tragedy, terrorism, and the resulting crises to your class. By exploring the topics of conflict resolution students will cope better with the current world. Allow them to express how they feel with printable activities and creative outlets, like poetry writing and arts and crafts.

The Boston Marathon

Discussing Death & Disaster

Creative Outlets

Peace, War & Conflict

Boston Throughout History

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