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Last Updated: Sep 19th, 2011 - 19:28:10

 


Reference Materials
By ClassBrain Staff
Aug 14, 2011, 1:15pm



Reference sites on September 11th, 2001 for adults and kids

Terrorism Around the World has all the knowledge you need’ to answer questions about the terrorist attacks. There’s a timeline of Sept. 11th events, a Taliban timeline with key dates in Taliban history, a timeline of the aftermath and many links to related articles from around the world.
Source:     InfoPlease/Learning Network, Inc.
 
Talk to your kids is an article full of helpful information devoted to putting families and especially younger kids at ease when talking about the events of Sept. 11th.
Source:     Real Families, Inc.
 
Beyond September 11th, 2001 is a page of articles, lessons and advice for teachers and parents who are trying to help children understand the terrorist attacks.  There is also a helpful list of outside sources related to this topic for further information. 
Source:     Teacher Vision
 
America Responds to Terrorism has compiled a list of links to assist the community in the aftermath of Sept. 11th.  Important topics include news stations, grief resources, classroom resources and suggestions on how you can help.
Source:     KQED Public Broadcasting
 
America Responds - This PBS section has upcoming events, television programs, live audio feeds and additional links corresponding to the events of Sept. 11th as resources for the community.
Source:     PBS

 
Talking with your young children about September 11th is an article geared towards parents with young children.  It answers many pertinent questions posed regarding kids and this sensitive topic.
Source:     My Baby Zone, Inc.
 
Remembering September 11th is a page with website resources for helping youth deal with terrorism and tragedy, interpret the media, increase cultural tolerance and suggestions on how to help and remember.
Source:     Afterschool Alliance





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