We remember 911

At The Basallo Brainery, we have searched the web to create a list of resources for you to teach, reflect, and commemorate the horrific events that took place on the morning of September 11, 2001 in your classrooms.

BrainPOP 
BrainPOP characters, Tim and Moby, help explain what happened on the morning of September  11, 2011 through this video.  You do not need to have a BrainPOP account to access the video.

The 9/11 Memorial
This 9/11 Interactive Timeline was designed for the National 9/11 Memorial and Museum and covers the events that transpired on that day in history.  NOTE:  The timeline contains sensitive content due to the nature of events related to the 9/11 attacks.

ABC Teach
ABCTeach has created a themed unit around patriotism to help teach children about the U.S.

Scholastic
Scholastic
has an array of lesson plans, activities, and resources to help teach about the day that changed America to our youngest students.  Scholastic too helps support the I will… 9/11 movement — a movement built on people remembering through positive action —  by providing ways to help you teach your students about performing good deeds in observance of 9/11.

Education World
Education World
has compiled lesson plans to help commemorate the anniversary of the September 11 attacks.

United States Department of Education
The United States Department of Education has collected a slew of resources to help you create a positive environment in your schools and teach about September 11.

PBS Kids
PBS Kids has a list of resources to help teachers and parents talk with their children about the events of Tuesday, September 11, 2001.  Click here for classroom resources.  Click here for parent resources.

 

 

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