Popular World War II Language Arts Resources

African-American Soldier in World War II  The U.S. entered World War II on December 7, 1941. Use these language arts printables and lessons to explore this era of world history with your students. You'll find printable assessment tests for Summer of My German Soldier and enrichment activities for Milkweed, Number the Stars, and Slaughterhouse-Five. Students will learn about the 1940s through writing and reading activities. These resources are great for Veterans Day, Holocaust Remembrance Day, Memorial Day, and International Peace Day.

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