All the materials and directions are here to create narrative input cards for teaching the history of WWII. I created these to build background knowledge of the time period for my English Language Learner 4th graders before reading an excerpt of The Diary of Anne Frank in their basal readers. The focus is therefore on Nazi Germany and Jewish persecution. Narrative input is one of the GLAD strategies for building language in non-native speakers, but is just a great, visual, interactive way for any child to learn. The cards have to be made (you'll need color ink for printing) , so there is preparation involved. It is something a classroom volunteer could easily do though. Once they've been made however, they can be used for years to come.