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Lesson plans by grade level regarding 9-11.  Includes common core objectives.

A ton of primary sources from bin Laden, Bush, Congress, etc. about Maybe tough for middle schoolers but would be effective with close reading.

9/11 lesson plans for all grade levels, via the 9/11 memorial site.  Tips for talking to kids about 9/11, great lesson guides, etc.  Standards-based plans and materials - all free.  These are based on primary sources, and approved by the NYC Dept. of Education and NJ Commission on Holocaust Education.

This website is dedicated to developing lesson plans specifically about I feel that this is a very important subject to teach our children about. It has plans for each age group and there are ways to tweak each plan for individual kids.

An American flag found in the rubble is displayed under the now iconic image of a flag being raised by firemen at the World Trade Center site by Thomas E. Franklin of The Record.  #911Memorial

First look at 9/11 Memorial Museum - Photos - First look inside the 9/11 Memorial Museum

An American flag found in the rubble is displayed under the now iconic image of a flag being raised by firemen at the World Trade Center site by Thomas E. Franklin of The Record

Inside the 9/11 Museum- Todd Beamer's watch and business card. The watch and business card of Todd Beamer, who was on Flight 93.

Inside the Museum- Todd Beamer's watch and business card. The watch and business card of Todd Beamer, who was on Flight

A quote from Virgil will greet visitors. | Haunting, Inspiring Images From The 9/11 Museum

Haunting, Inspiring Images From The 9/11 Museum

America's Tragedy 911 - Museum in New York - This May 2014 file photo shows a quote from Virgil on a wall of the museum prior to the dedication ceremony at the National September 11 Memorial.

The 9/11 Museum:  What you need to know before you go

The 9/11 Museum: What You Need To Know Before You Go

I visited at the same time as the writer! Incredible experience Visiting the 9/11 Memorial in New York City

Visiting the 9/11 Memorial in New York City

Ground Zero Memorial - New York City - Construction began in 2006. The memorial opened on September 11, 2011 and the 110,000 sq ft museum opened May 15, 2014, The memorial features 2,983 names - the North Pool (Flight 11 & WTC North Tower) & the South Pool (WTC South Tower, 1st responders, Pentagon & Flights 175, 77 & 93.)

memorial and the Freedom Tower, New York, N., United States This was a good thing to do! Except - People didn't have the correct ambiance. It's a Memorial, not an 'attraction' .

Inside the 9/11 Museum- Real reminders Detail of objects found after the September 11, 2001 attack on the Pentagon.

The National September 11 Memorial Museum opened this week to victims' families and those affected most directly by The dedication ceremony was Thursday and.

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