Science & Technology of WWII

April 18th, 2017 by ClickSchooling Leave a reply »

 

It’s Tuesday, April 18, 2017, and time for Science at ClickSchooling!

 

Recommended Website:

The National WWII Museum

(www.ww2sci-tech.org/)

Age Range: 9-18 (Grades 3-12, with parental supervision)

 

The National WWII Museum offers this website with free information, lessons, and activities about the science and technology of World War II. WWII spawned some of the most substantial and controversial technological innovations brought about by historic advances in science and math.  

When you get to the website you’ll see an introduction. Just click on the menu items to explore the site that includes: 

  • Lesson Plans – Designed for classroom teachers, these lessons can be tweaked for home education. Learn how moon phases and tides were used to plan the D-Day invasion, discover how sonar and radar technology helped win the war, solve some math word problems about anti-aircraft firing.
  • Dark Room – Check out a photo gallery of WWII artifacts that include radar components, materials related to the Manhattan Project, medical equipment, coding equipment, meteorological maps, artillery, and more.
  • Timeline – Explore an interactive timeline of the science and technology of WWII.
  • Activities – Check out the Top Ten Scientific Achievements of WWII, take a Sci-Tech Quiz, send and decipher a coded message.
  • Free Poster – Download a free WWII Science & Technology poster.

You’ll also find great videos in the “Ask the Expert” section.

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