It’s 1775. You are living in Boston, which is under siege. The British army, shaken by its losses at Lexington and Concord last week, is holed up in the city. The colonial militia has closed the one road into town. How will you and your family survive?
5th grade and up. Less than one class period to play.
Today you’ll be going back in time to become a spy during World War Two.
The Allies are gearing up for the D-Day invasion; they need you to stop the German Army from getting to Normandy Beach on time. How will you and the French Resistance fighters disrupt the German Army’s communications and troop movements?
Can you accomplish your mission and still make it home alive?
Get a whole new understanding of World War Two – through the eyes of the real men and women who risked their lives for what they believed in.
Today you’ll be going back in time to become a spy during World War I. The German Army is occupying Belgium. Can you sneak across the heavily-guarded, high-voltage electric fence to get into Belgium? Once you’re there, can get gather information and get it safely back to headquarters without getting caught?
If the Germans catch you spying, they will arrest, interrogate, and possibly kill you.
Do you have what it takes to help save the world?
Get a whole new understanding of World War I – through the eyes of the real men and women who risked their lives for what they believed in.
Five class periods, 45 minutes to an hour each. 5th Grade.
Spend an entire week traveling back to Colonial Boston at the time of the American Revolution with your class. Inspire honest conversations and reflections about the start of our country, while being historically accurate. Completely engaging and interactive, your students will talk about this week for years to come! Plus, this curriculum is designed for you to easily implement – utilizing Powerpoint, video, handouts, and a step-by-step teacher’s guide.