The Canadian War Museum Web site features a School Programs page — a gateway to a wealth of information, resources and activities such as:
A website rich in over 800 unique artifacts, photographs, art, posters, ships models, plans and audio-visuals telling the compelling story of Canada’s navy from its creation in 1910 to today.
Providing a wide range of resources for teachers and families, on-line lesson plans and primary material will be suitable for students of Canadian history in the 20th Century and those with an interest in art and photography.
Canada’s Naval History is an online exhibition created by the Canadian War Museum in collaboration with Canada Culture Online of Canadian heritage.
A website, based on the Canadian War Museum’s vast collections, offers an authoritative and stimulating interpretation of the history of Canada and the First World War. Canada and the First World War offers access to over 700 interpreted artifacts, including photographs, art, letters, and diaries, as well as over 6,800 additional images. The unparalleled depth of Canadian subject matter includes a comprehensive range of topics and lesson plans, primary resource packs, book lists, and recommended links.
Canada and the First World War is an online exhibition created by the Canadian War Museum in collaboration with Canada Culture Online of Canadian Heritage.
Plan a Remembrance Day unit or assembly with a wide range of resources for download. Choose from photographs, paintings, poems, letters and audio clips from the Museum’s unparalleled collections.
This module enables senior students to search a digitized collection of 144,000 newspaper clippings describing events of the Second World War as they happened. Fifty-five short historical articles introduce the main facts, as well as some of the conclusions resulting from historical research and analysis undertaken since the Second World War. Democracy at War is an unparalleled online resource for research projects and units of study.
This Web module enables intermediate students to experience life in the trenches during the First World War. Part history and part adventure story, Over the Top allows players to determine the outcome of the story by making decisions at key moments. This educational resource includes follow-up activities, maps, films and document references.
In this Web module, senior students become the Canadian commanders of Sherman tanks in Northwestern Europe during the Second World War. As they live through some of the excitement, despair, brutality and sheer horror of one day’s fighting at the front, they discover that the choices they make determine the outcome of the adventure. Armoured Warrior includes archival images, questions for discussion and historical notes.