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Activities for School Children

These selected activities have been designed to help school children study World War Two. Whilst mainly tailored to the British Key Stage 2 History module: "What was it like for children in the Second World War?" the material is also suitable for Keystages 2 and 3, and International students. (ages 7 to 15+)



World War Two Webquest


This Webquest has been designed to investigate what it was really like to be a child in Britian during the war years.

Click here to start the Webquest



Do you want to know what life was like during the war? Questions and Answers about the War


Does your class have a project about World War Two which you would like to share?

Please send an e-mail schoolproject@wartimememories.co.uk

Don`t forget to include your name, age and the name of your school.



A collection of childhood wartime experiences





Classroom Activities

Print out these sheets to try in class.

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As the Wartime Memories Project is proving so popular with school children and older students of the time, this section has been set up with children in mind.

The study center pages provide opportunties to ask questions and for those who lived through the war years to answer them plus a collection of tales sent in by people who were children during the war years.

It is hoped that this section will build into a useful study aid for all students of the war years. If you have any suggestions for additional features in this section please get in touch.