You are receiving a WWII Power Point presentation, student fill-in pages and coordinating flash cards. The presentation begins with the invasion of Sudetenland and the conflict with Japan and goes through the war trials.
The power point presentation is a collection of seven slides. I do one a day with my students. Each slide has a coordinating student fill-in sheet. The main topics are included on the sheet. The students must fill-in the details. I did not include the pictures on the student fill-in sheet in order to allow students enough writing space.
Each of the pictures in the power point matches a student flash card. After completing the slide for the day the students take out their flash cards and as a class we decide what they should write on the back of each card. The next day we use the cards as a review. I have students cut out the flash cards the first day of the unit or the last day of the previous unit to save time during the WWII unit. I have found compared to years without flash cards the test scores have gone through the roof! These flash cards are designed to be printed with Avery 5164 labels or can be printed on 8x11 paper. Both options work well.
If these work as well for you as they did for my classes, check out my Civil War, and WWI units!