These three September 11th flip books allow students a chance to learn more about this day they weren’t alive to witness.
If you already have great activities, books, videos, or reading materials to celebrate 9/11, this is a great way for students to consolidate all of that information into one place.
In the end, each student has their own flipbook to help them remember everything they’ve learned during your September 11 discussion.
WHAT YOU GET:
- PDF – What happened on September 11th, 2001? Flipbook (not editable)
- PDF – September 11th Homework Flipbook (not editable)
- Google Slides compatible – EDITABLE September 11th Flipbook with interview questions what happened in one
In this download you will NOT find ideas, resources, crafts, or activities for teaching about September 11th (or Patriot Day). This resource is ONLY the flipbooks to reflect on the lessons you are teaching during your unit of study.
**How you *might* use these September 11th Flip Books!**
- Decide if you want to assign one or both flipbooks.
- Consider whether students have someone at home to interview for the homework. If they may not, you could give them alternative options – like inviting volunteers to your classroom, setting up virtual interviews, visiting a nursing home, or something else.
- How will you teach about September 11th? Will students to their own research? What websites, books, or other materials will you use?
- How will students get information? Will you go the library and check out books? Will you let them do an internet search? Will you give them websites to locate the information? Will you set up a WebQuest or website database from your school page?
This lesson can be as guided or independent as you would like! The point of these flipbooks is for students to RECORD what they have learned.
Thank you for your interest!