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Whether you’re commemorating Holocaust Remembrance Day, reading Anne Frank’s The Diary of a Young Girl or Lois Lowry’s Number the Stars, studying the history of World War II, or learning about the evils of racism and anti-Semitism, this Collaborative Poster Activity encourages students to work together to create a stunning poster to hang on the wall as a reminder to “Never Forget.”
24 color-by-number, 7.5-inch tiles of paper join together to create a 30-inch by 45-inch poster that features the powerful image of the Star of David above the phrase "Never Forget." Decorating your classroom has never been easier. Makes a great bulletin board.
As a bonus, you’ll get two sheets of stationery on which students can write a biography of Anne Frank, discuss the horrors of kristallnacht, describe racism and anti-Semitism in the world today, define vocabulary related to the Holocaust, write a diary entry from the perspective of someone in a concentration camp, etc.
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HOLOCAUST REMEMBRANCE COLLABORATIVE POSTER
• Step-by-step instructions on how to create the collaborative poster, with photographs to make them extra-easy to follow
• 24 ready-to-go, color-by-numbers templates. Each template features a 7.5-inch square that, when assembled together, create a 30-by-45-inch poster.
• Two stationery template that students can attach below the poster with their original writing
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