World War 2 was terrible because there were battles in the skies over Britain and bombs dropped of many cities. A man called Winston Churchill, the prime minister at the time, managed to save one of his favourite buildings, St. Paul’s Cathedral. Also, children who lived in cities and towns vulnerable to bombing were evacuated to the countryside.
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World War II, also known as the Second World War, was a conflict that took place between 1939 and 1945 that involved all the world’s major countries. It was the most destructive war in history and millions of people were killed.
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During World War II, children from every country involved were as affected by the fighting as their parents. Their homes were bombed or burnt, their fathers were called up to fight, and their mothers went to work in factories or war industries.
During the Second World War life changed, for ordinary people as well as soldiers. Many children were separated from their parents and evacuated from the cities. Learn more about what life was like for British children in World War II in this KS2 history quiz for Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6.
Teaching World War I as a unit study to children on all grade levels can be a challenge; however, with a bit of creativity and some fun resources, you can do it. For teens, it's easy.
They're encouraged to think outside of the box. A really effective and engaging way of introducing a new topic to all levels of learners. Please comment below, I have photo detectives for other topics too:) The images are all different propaganda posters that will introduce the concept well to children.