The Museum offers a number of resources for educators as print-ready downloads or as hard copies that will be mailed to you. Learn more about what is available and how to request copies below.
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Museum educators can connect you with classroom resources and answer questions about teaching the Holocaust.
Path to Nazi Genocide
This 38-minute film examines the Nazis’ rise and consolidation of power in Germany. By providing a concise overview of the Holocaust and those involved, this resource is intended to provoke reflection and discussion about the role of ordinary people, institutions, and nations between 1918 and 1945.
Days of Remembrance
This set of films covers five key themes when remembering or learning about the Holocaust. Topics include American responses to the Holocaust, early warning signs, justice and accountability, liberation, and rescue.
This lesson is structured around a multi-layered wall timeline that encourages critical thinking about the relationship between Nazi policy, World War II, historical events, and individual experiences during the Holocaust.
The foundational Timeline Card set includes over 125 cards. Additional Timeline Card extension packs are also available for the following topics: Anne Frank, Elie Wiesel, and Racial Science and Law.
Download poster sets, covering topics like propaganda and the roles of individuals during the Holocaust, to use in your classroom.