Student resources are interactive activities collected from around the Web. They can be used to support related lesson plans or as standalone activities in the classroom. Browse our library of student resources by grade level or subject area below.
Beyond the obvious material destruction, there was more to reconstruct in the South than buildings, farms, manufacturing and railroads—there were social and political relationships to rebuild. Yet, it is impossible to understand Reconstruction fully without a grasp of the social and economic upheaval the war brought with it. For the people living through the times, this upheaval created a situation that demanded immediate attention.
A timeline of the events of the early Cold War years. Can be used in conjunction with the EDSITEment We The People curriculum unit: Anticommunism in Postwar America, 1945-1954: Witch Hunt or Red Menace?
Map of the World War II Pacific Theater. Use in conjunction with the curriculum unit: American Diplomacy in World War II
Military Lines of Control, Europe: June, 1941 to February 1945. Can be used in conjunction with the curriculum unit: American Diplomacy in World War II
An interactive map showing the shifting territorial gains, losses, and shifting alliances from June 1941 to February 1945. For use in conjunction with the curriculum unit: American Diplomacy in World War II
An interactive timeline of Lincoln's most famous speeches. Accompanies the curriculum unit: Abraham Lincoln on the American Union: "A Word Fitly Spoken"