World War 2 Activity Cryptology codes and Code Breaking

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7th - 10th, Homeschool
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4 World War II Code and Code Breaking activities engages students in the importance of codes in World War 2.

Students learn about World War II when they:

- practice morse code

- decipher secret codes

- send V-Mail

- communicate using code.

Included in this resource:

- Suggested different uses for activities

- Informational texts for students for 4 activities

- Student handouts for 4 activities

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- 17 World War II related activities

- World War II: Teacher Resource Bundle

- World History Bundle for Middle School

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- World War II: Illustrated Timeline

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- World War II Interactive Notebook Pages

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