Books to Read:
- The Night Flyers (American Girl History Mysteries) by Elizabeth McDavid Jones
- Eddie Rickenbacker: Boy Pilot and Racer (Young Patriots Series) by Kathryn Sisson
- Timeline of WWI - US.
- How the War Began and Simple Version.
- PBS - The Great War.
- Document: Wilson's War Message to Congress.
- Postcards of WWI.
- What is a doughboy?
- Diary of a WWI soldier.
- Letters from WWI.
- Overview Map of World War I.
- Winston Churchill.
- Woodrow Wilson.
- Weapons of WWI.
- Pigeon Spies in WWI (photo) and message. and Cher Ami - True Story.
- Excerpt from the Treaty of Versailles.
- The Balfour Declaration.
Poetry, Music and Art:
Hands-On Activities to Do:
- On a map of the world, color in all the countries involved in World War I. Color the allies in blue and the Central Powers in red.
- Using clip art and photos, create a scrapbook or timeline of World War I.
- Draw a World War I recruitment poster.
- Cook some World War I Food. Doughboy Recipes.
- World War I Puzzle.
- Research one of the major battles of WWI. Draw a map showing where it took place. Describe the battle and its results.
- Make a list of the Allies and the Axis countries.
- Pretend you are a solder in Wold War I or child of a soldier. Write your own diary entry.