Pegasus Bridge: June 6, 1944 Fun Activities

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Time Line

Create a timeline that traces the events discussed in the Pegasus Bridge, including where people were moved, when people received orders, D-Day, movements of troops and other information. Students should create a master timeline to put on display in the classroom.

Crossword Puzzle

Students should create a crossword puzzle that has both across and down answers focusing on Lieutenants, locations, and significant events in WWII. Students should try to limit the hint to four to six words and create a key or answers to the crossword puzzle. Students should exchange their crossword puzzle with another student and grade their responses with the crossword puzzle key.

Journalist

Students should imagine that they are living sometime during WWII and write an article on what happened during this time. Students should write an article about an event, a decision by one of the Lieutenants, or the war in general...

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