Veterans Day Resources

In honor of this year’s Veterans Day, we bring you a number of educational resources for in and out of the classroom.

Resources

Veterans History Project

Teaching Aids

  • VA Kids
    This site offers learning resources on veterans geared for students in grades 6–12, along with educational games. Teachers can access a separate site for students in grades K–5.

Read-Write-Think
Read Write Think
ReadWriteThink is a collaboration of the International Reading Association (IRA), the National Council of Teachers of English (NCTE) and the Verizon Foundation, providing students and educators with lesson plans, standards, web resources, and materials.

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  1. Donna W. Guthrie

    Here’s another site with two great kid-friendly episodes for Veteran’s Day. MEET ME AT THE CORNER, Virtual Field Trips for Kids (www.meetmeatthecorner.org) posted two kid-friendly shows from the USS MIdway Museum in san Diego.

    One was an interview with a Viet Nam Veteran who was aboard the USS MIDWAY during the evacuation of Saigon. The other was about the history of air craft carriers and what life was like aboard a floating city.

    Please put this website with so many kid-friendly history episodes on our list of resources.

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