Visit the Classroom Victory Garden Project website to learn about food production during WWII, find lesson plans and activities for elementary students, get tips for starting your own garden and try out simple Victory Garden recipes!
Visit our new interactive website to learn about wartime technical and scientific advances that forever changed our world.
Turn your students into history detectives as they ponder over the origins and uses of these intriguing pieces of WWII history.
What do I need to do to submit the webpage to the Museum?
Make sure all images, word files, audio files, and any videos are saved in the folder. You will then need to re-zip the file, and email it to email@example.com
How will the public know it is my students’ webpage?
When you submit the webpage folder, please send along a 1 paragraph description of your school. Two examples are below:
- Metairie Park Country Day School - Founded in 1929, Metairie Park Country Day School is a coeducational pre-kindergarten through 12th grade college preparatory school. Country Day firmly believes that today’s world demands more than a traditional education; it demands 21st century skills. Country Day offers an innovative, hands-on approach that teaches students how to think creatively and independently, combined with the high academic standards and accountability found at more traditional schools. In a world in which knowledge and facts are changing rapidly, Country Day develops in its students the intellectual flexibility, resourcefulness, and determination to tackle new challenges, pursue multiple careers, and be positive agents of change in their communities and the world. The School imparts a love of learning that serves its students well for life. Country Day students thrive. Upon graduation, they attend the colleges best matched to them--including Brown, Stanford, Penn, Vanderbilt, UVa and Boston College. Country Day alumni excel in their chosen fields and include the Dean of the Columbia School of Journalism, the first female valedictorian at West Point, the youngest Division I Basketball Coach, and a Presidential Scholar at Brown.
- T.H. Harris Middle School - Founded in 1961 and opened for the school year 1962-63, T. H. Harris began as a Junior High School, in Metairie, Louisiana, serving the areas in the heart of Metairie west of Causeway Blvd and south of Veterans Hwy. Named for Thomas H. Harris, The Louisiana Superintendent of Schools from 1908 to 1940, a pioneer in education and credited with establishing our libraries and developing a spelling program, Harris continues to educate and strive for excellence in every aspect of its many and multi-cultural programs. Harris is a school which, aside from a standard curriculum for all students, specializes in its focus on the use and proficiency with technology, as a Cisco school designed to maximize the very cutting edge in classroom technologies for students, teachers, school and staff. The Harris band regularly competes and this year won many “Superior” rankings, as well as enjoyed their trip to Orlando Florida. Talented programs for many disciplines are found, as is a program for the Gifted and Talented. Our current principal is Mr.Otis Guichet. The administration, faculty, staff and students of T. H. Harris are committed to a holistic approach, a well-rounded curriculum, and goal of enhancing the opportunity for all its students attain their goals and prepare them to aid even higher when they move on into high school, college, and life.
Best Practice and Helpful Hints
Never made a webpage before? Not sure on how to have students share materials? Read below for advice given by teachers and students who have completed the project.
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Finished with your webpage? Have a question on how to transfer the file? Contact Jen Kitner at firstname.lastname@example.org
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