Comprehensive WW II Resource Can Supplement Curriculum

6/25/2014 5:00:00 PM
Title: Timeline World War 2 with Robert MacNeil
Summary: Vast interactive multimedia resource makes history come alive
Pros: Introductory video and tutorial helps kids use the timeline, which combines a variety of teaching resources about World War 2.
Cons: Extensive timeline may feel a bit overwhelming to kids; lacks learning extensions.
Bottom Line: Forgo the textbook, students will find the same information and more as they scroll through the timeline and access the multitude of resources.

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