When you think of the 1930s, what is the first thing that comes to mind? The Great Depression? Changes in Germany? What comes to mind for your students? If you could use some help teaching them about the 1930s, don’t miss this FREE Modern History Activities & Notebooking: 1930s unit.
This FREE Modern History Activities & Notebooking: 1930s unit includes events from the United States and around the world. With it, your students can dig deeper into:
- when Adolf Hitler became the Chancellor of Germany (1933)
- the Olympic Games of 1936
- the Hindenburg disaster (1937)
- Kristallnacht or Night of Broken Glass (1938)
- the beginning of World War II (1939)
Each topic gives students a chance to learn more about the event by first solving a related puzzle. Following the puzzle are notebooking questions designed to help them dig deeper and learn more about what happened. For example, did you know that Jesse Owens wasn’t the only one whose victories stood as a sharp contrast to Adolf Hitler’s supremacist views? Notebooking questions help students discover the story of Sohn Kee-Chung and much more.
The unit concludes with a crossword puzzle that reviews the events covered in the unit. An answer key is included for all puzzles.
It’s a great way to help engage your kids in a study of modern history. Scroll down and get your FREE Modern History Activities & Notebooking: 1930s unit.
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