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World War I & World War II Mega Bundle | 5th Grade & 6th Grade | 60 Hours

World War I & World War II Mega Bundle | 5th Grade & 6th Grade | 60 Hours

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A First World War & World War 2 mega bundle of activities featuring 22 close reading activities, 4 biography writing units, 4 informational writing units, 2 timeline activities and 1 opinion writing unit. These easy to use, no prep, resources are perfect for students in fifth grade or sixth grade.

60 Lessons, or 60 hours of activities, with NO PREP needed!


Firstly, there are two timeline activities that make great classroom displays, and are also sorting activities that are perfect for introducing students to the key events of World War 1 and World War 2. In the two resources there are 72 posters or cards that include many of the key events from both wars.


Secondly, there are twenty-two reading comprehension activities, or informational texts, about:

  • An Overview of World War I
  • The Outbreak of World War I
  • Trench Warfare in World War I
  • The Battle of the Somme
  • The United States Enters World War I
  • The Treaty of Versailles
  • The Outbreak of World War II
  • An Overview of the War
  • Dunkirk & The Battle of Britain
  • The Blitz
  • The Eastern Front
  • Pearl Harbor
  • The Battle of Midway
  • The Holocaust
  • VE Day
  • VJ Day
  • Adolf Hitler
  • Winston Churchill
  • Franklin Roosevelt
  • Joseph Stalin
  • Benito Mussolini
  • Hirohito 

These activities require NO PREP and have a body of text that students need to read through thoroughly; then they can use the text to find the comprehension and grammar answers. All texts then have an extension activity for those fast finishers. Answers, for teacher use, are on the final page of each document.


Then, there are nine writing units which include:

  • Four biography writing units about Winston Churchill, Adolf Hitler, Alan Turing and Franklin Roosevelt. These units cover four lessons each and require students to cut out, read and sort facts before writing these up into paragraphs.
  • Four informational writing units about an World War I, The Treaty of Versailles, World War II and the Holocaust, . The units have been split into three or four separate lessons which will take students approximately an hour each.
  • And one opinion writing unit discussing who was the most influential allied leader between Winston Churchill, Joseph Stalin and Franklin Roosevelt.


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