Emma’s WW1 Suitcase is published!
Emma’s WW1 Suitcase tells the true story of three brothers from Liverpool during the First World War. Discover their stories through photographs, original war documents and family correspondence.
Preserved for a hundred years in my late Grandmother Emma Howell’s suitcase, the documents, medals, postcards and much more are revealed here for the first time.
This non-fiction book is a superb classroom resource packed with images of primary sources and facts about WW1.
Use the book to launch a post-1066 enquiry asking, ‘What can primary sources tell us about WW1?’ or ‘What effect did The Great War have on the lives of ordinary soldiers and their families?’
Ideal to use as research in the history lesson and as a KS2 guided reading text.
Find out more and place your order here: http://emmasww1suitcase.co.uk/
Look out for new teaching materials coming soon:
Opening the Suitcase – Using primary Sources in the Classroom
Copies of original documents with teaching points and lesson ideas
New planning ideas to include WW1 in a post 1066 unit of work