Patriot Day marks one of the most tragic events to ever occur on American soil. These educational resources memorialize that event and the victims lost on that day. The resources are in alphabetical order according to the resource titles. If you find a broken link or have a resource to share with other parents please use the contact tab.
Cheap is good, free is better! It is my endeavor to locate no-cost resources for parents but occasionally some websites will charge some type of membership fees or subscription. Ultimately, it is the parent’s responsibility to monitor their child’s online activities.
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Visitors enjoyed the observation deck view of New York, New Jersey and surrounding areas prior to the terrorist attacks.
9/11 Lesson Plans
9/11 Commemorations and Memorials – Honoring Victims
9/11 Memorial – Visit the 9/11 Memorial Museum
9-11 Tenth Year Commemoration – In Memory
Guide to Websites
Muslim Victims of 9/11 Attack
National Day of Service and Remembrance, September 11, 2013
Newseum – Today’s Front Pages Wednesday, September 12, 2001
Nine Lives, 10 Years Later – The Skeptic Who Was There
The cityscape was forever changed as a lingering reminder that life would never be quite the same.
One World Trade Center: how New York tried to rebuild its soul
Patriot Day Activities
Patriot Day in United States
Pentagon Tours and Memorial
Presidential Proclamation — Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance, 2012
Presidential Proclamation — Patriot Day and National Day of Service and Remembrance
Public Law 107–89-Dec. 18, 2001
Quotations for Patriot Day
Remembering September 11
Sacred Ground – Remembering the Victims
September 11, 2001: Thirteenth Anniversary
The memorial lights were a reminder that America is strong and would rise again.
September 11, 2001 Victims
September 11 A Memorial
September 11 Attack Timeline
September 11 Attacks
September 11 – Bearing Witness
September 11 Digital Archive
September 11th National Day of Service and Remembrance
September 11th – Patriot Day
September 11th, Patriot Day – Half Staff Flag Guidance
The September 11 Digital Archive
Today in History: September 11
Victims of the World Trade Center Attack
Witness and Response: September 11 Acquisitions at the Library of Congress
9/11 – September 11th 2001 Attack on the World Trade Center
9/11 13th Anniversary Commemoration 2014, The World Trade Center, Historical, Documentary, Tribute
The new skyscraper replaces the former Twin Towers of the World Trade Center, taking its place in the skyline.
9/11 – The Collapse Of World Trade Center Towers
9 11 – World Trade Center Attack – LIVE News
9-11 WTC Attacks Original Sound. Steve Vigilante
America The Beautiful
Inside World Trade Center During Attack 9/11 North Tower
It’s Our Flag
New Video First Plane Hit Tower 9 11 9/11 Terrorist Terror Attack World Trade Center September 11
Official One World Trade Center Time-Lapse 2004-2013
Patriot Day Ceremony
September 11 Patriot Day Tribute – 10th Anniversary
What So Proudly We Hail
The Memorial Fountain on the footprints of the original World Trade Towers provides a peaceful area for victims’ families and others to remember and reflect.
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