Sign up to receive 10 free downloadable workbooks! Sign Up

World War I

by Mary Ann Kelley

Archdukes, Cynicism, and World War I (Crash Course World History)

Homeschool resources about WWI

Filter These Results

To filter the results, check one or more boxes and press submit:

  • Y—Young (PreK-3rd)
  • M—Middle (4th-6th)
  • O—Older (7th-12th)
  • T—Teacher Resources

NOTE: To remove all filters, leave all of the boxes unchecked and press submit

Online Social Studies Lessons
With A Student-Paced Approach
Promote a can-do attitude toward learning
with online social studies lessons that
combine technology and fun!
  • Get history, geography, civics & more
  • Teaches concepts with a sense of humor
  • Available to elementary & middle schoolers

The Poppy Story  (Y,M)
An animated short film about the journey of the poppy and what it means. Written specifically for very young children this is an excellent introduction to the poppy and remembrance.

WWI at Mr. Donn's Site  (Y,M,O,T)
Large collection of resources for teachers and students about WWI

PBS WWI Resources  (T)
The lesson plans offered are designed for middle and high school students.

WWI Lesson Plans from the Harry Truman Library  (T)
From the Truman Library.org. Mostly Secondary level lesson plans.

The Great War: Evaluating the Treaty of Versailles  (O,T)
Lesson plans exploring the impact of the Treaty of Versailles on Germany. 9th-12th grades

The WWI Document Archive (BYU)  (M,O,T)
An archive of primary documents from World War One.

WWI Primary Documents  (O,T)
A collection of primary documents related to WWI categorized by year

Teaching With Documents: The Zimmermann Telegram   (O,T)
Read about the telegram that changes the course of history. From the National Archives.

Teaching With Documents: Photographs of the 369th Infantry and African Americans during World War I  (M,O,T)
Read about the "Harlem Hellfighters," an all-black regiment under the command of mostly white officers. From the National Archives

Teaching With Documents: Sow the Seeds of Victory! Posters from the Food Administration During World War I   (M,O,T)
On August 10, 1917, President Woodrow Wilson issued Executive Order 2679-A creating the U. S. Food Administration. See how this organization has impacted American lives. From the National Archives, includes posters and lessons.

Woodrow Wilson's 14 Points  (M,O,T)
Primary source from Harvard Law Library webstie

Recordings from WWI and the 1920 Election  (M,O,T)
This collection consists of fifty-nine Library of Congress sound recordings of speeches from 1918-1920. Speakers include: Warren G. Harding, James Cox, Calvin Coolidge, Franklin D. Roosevelt, Samuel Gompers, Henry Cabot Lodge, and John J. Pershing.

Save time & money with dinner menu plans from Menus4Moms - just print, shop, and cook.
Homeschool resources about WWI />
TheHomeSchoolMom may be compensated for any of the links in this post through sponsorships, paid ads, free or discounted products, or affiliate links. Suggestions and advice on TheHomeSchoolMom.com are for general information purposes only and should never be considered as specific to any individual situation, nor are they a diagnosis or treatment advice for any kind of medical, developmental, or psychological condition. Blog posts represent the views of the contributor and do not necessarily reflect the views of other contributors or the publisher. Full terms of use and disclosure