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We are studying World War 2 with this Free World War 2 Unit Study. I’ve created some notebooking pages, and compiled a list of great resources for the study.

Free World War 2 Unit Study

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Free World War 2 Unit Study & Notebooking Printables

World War II was the biggest and deadliest war in history, involving more than 30 countries. Sparked by the 1939 Nazi invasion of Poland, the war dragged on for six bloody years until the Allies defeated Nazi Germany and Japan in 1945.

Use this link to read more about World War 2 via >>WW2


If you’d rather just print out all your notebooking pages at once this is a great option.>>>

Free World War 2 Unit Study 1

Book Suggestions for World War 2 Unit Study

More About World War 2

Timeline of World War 2

Print this timeline & fill it out using the above as a reference.

Geography of WW2

World War 2 Lapbook

Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus WW2 Lapbook Printables (There’s also a whole unit study with recipes & such.)

Another WW2 Lapbook

Other Printables

Coloring Pages

Blank WWII Timelines

Anne Frank

Anne Frank: The Diary of a Young Girl Unit Study


The Holocaust Facts for Kids

Holocaust (Britannica Kids)

Children of the Holocaust: A Discussion Guide (Middle School/ Highschool)

Holocaust Study Resources

Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler – Dictator | Mini Bio | BIO

Adolf Hitler: Leader of the Third Reich – Fast Facts | History

Concentration Camps

Tour of Auschwitz (Use discretion. You may want to pre-view this one.)

Pearl Harbor

Mini-Unit Study on Pearl Harbor


D-Day Resources

Atom Bomb

The Atomic Bomb Lesson For Kids

The Manhattan Project and the atomic bomb

World War 2 Unit Study Movies

Use discretion while watching some of these movies. I like to look on IMDB when I’m unsure of a movie’s content. The parental guide will give you a good breakdown that can help you determine whether your child is ready to watch it or not.

The Diary of Anne Frank Movie:

Schindler’s List:

Anne Frank’s Diary (animated):

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