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
World War I Webquest "Battles and Fronts" (World History)
World War I Webquest "Battles and Fronts" (World History). Students will use the internet to search for information about the important battles and fronts of World War One. They will also analyze a primary source related to the Battle of Somme. Common Core aligned! The website is pbs.org/greatwar. Interactive maps are included. This 2-page analysis worksheet will take your students about 1 hour to complete.
Interactive Notebook / Journal - WORLD WAR 1- Social Studies (Gr. 3-6)
This interactive notebook covers WORLD WAR I. It includes causes of the war, alliances, the U.S. entering the war, U-boats, the Lusitania, new weapons, life in the trenches, Woodrow Wilson, women and the war, paying for the war, Treaty of Versailles, and more.
This excellent activity for World War II has students placing different events, people, and things into the country that best fits it on an idea web. The seven major powers of World War II are divided into the two major alliances (Axis & Allies) and 23 different items are listed above it.
These cootie catchers/ fortune tellers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the different historical figures, events, and terms associated with World War I. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.