The National WWII Museum is here to help you explore the history and lessons of World War II with your students. Utilizing an object-based learning experience, educational technology, and its world-class exhibits, the Museum uses its rich collection of artifacts, archives, and oral histories to take history beyond the pages of textbooks and into the hands of curious students.
Fighting for the Right to Fight
Celebrate Digital Learning Day and Black History Month in this dynamic and interactive webcast!
In this interactive cross-country journey, students in grades 6-12 learn how the pursuit for both victory and equality shaped the story of World War II and transformed the United States for decades to come. Classroom participation is free but requires advance registration. Sign up today!
From the Collection to the Classroom
From the Collection to the Classroom is a multimedia resource for teaching middle and high school students the history of World War II. Current volumes available: The War in the Pacific and The War in Europe.
STEM LEARNING AT THE MUSEUM
Since 2012, the Museum has engaged students and teachers through innovative educational programs that target history and STEM topics together. The Museum’s STEM programs use tactile experiments to demonstrate real wartime challenges and technological solutions, teach contemporary relevance, and improve 21st century skills.