Okay, I have a lot of notebooking pages for you all this week. The topic is September 11, 2001. We all remember that day!!
Yip, this is one of those days where you will always remember what you were doing when it happened, much like when the space shuttle, The Challenger, exploded.
When the twin towers were hit, I was home with my littles at the time. It happened to be during the time when we had a trial run with the local cable company. We had just moved from California to Georgia. My mother-in-law was visiting us because Donnie was just born 5 months earlier.
When I turned on the T.V. and saw the towers on fire, it was unbelievable. Just watching it unfold before our eyes was scary, I couldn't even begin to imagine what those living through it might be feeling. All I could do was pray.
As the ten year anniversary of that day is only weeks away, I made up some notebooking pages to use with remembering that day.
President Bush's September 11th Speech
This is the speech President Bush gave on September 11, 2001 from The Oval Office.
Discussion Questions, Small Group Questions and Writing Assignments
Lots of links for Lessons and Resources
Lesson Plans for 3rd-8th Grade
September 11 Resources - includes pdf of lesson plans for grades 6-8
Lots of information on September 11, 2001
This video is taken from an apartment window.
This video has clips from different news stations
The History Channels Documentary on Rick Rescorla, The Man Who Saw It Coming
Nice video done for Remembering 911
President Bush's Speech
A Tribute To The Heroes of 911
Here is another visual reminder to Never Forget! - Thanks Julie Dinkins-Borkowski
We will NEVER forget!!,