Bomb Fun Activities

Steve Sheinkin
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Map

Create a map showing the evolution of World War II. Where did the major battles take place? How did borders change with the spread of the Nazi empire?

Mathematical Formula

Reproduce one of the mathematical formulas devised in atomic research and discuss how this formula relates to the development of the atomic bomb.

News Article

Look in your local newspaper or archives for an article that involves some aspect of the book and bring it to class. You will present it in front of the class and explain how it relates to the narrative.

Cast a Film

Imagine that the narrative of Bomb is being adapted into a film and you are the casting director for the project. Whom would you cast in the main roles? Why?

Develop a presentation examining how the Manhattan Project and the development of the atomic bomb has influenced popular...

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