Anne Frank House in Amsterdam (and others) have produced many resources
about the Anne Frank story. Some of these are for you to explore for yourself and
others are for teachers to use in developing their lessons.
For you to explore yourself
A 3D experience of wandering through the hiding place of the Frank family
and you can see a short video of the Anne Frank story.
An interactive display covering the events over the period 1910 to 2010
relevant to the Anne Frank story.
This animated website explores Anne Frank's abilities as a writer.
An interactive monument to Anne Frank where you can add your own
personal leaf to a tree.
An interactive display telling the Anne Frank story.
An extensive timeline tracing Anne Frank events alongside Second World
War events in Great Britain and Internationally.
of Amsterdam, such as places where Anne and her friends played, where
they grew up and where they went to school. You will see personal
stories, footage and unique war photos from the past as you are on today’s
street. It is a powerful way in which the past and present come together.
Anne’s Amsterdam is available for download in Dutch, English and German
"Do any of those people in their warm and cosy living rooms have any idea what kind of life a beggar leads?"
"Do any of those "good" and "kind" people ever wonder about the lives of so many of the children and adults around them? Granted, everyone has given a coin to a beggar at some time or another, though they usually just shove it into his hand and slam the door. And in most cases the generous donors think it's disgusting to touch that hand! Am I right or not? Then, afterwards, people are amazed that beggars are so shameless! Wouldn't you be shameless too if you were treated more like a dog than a human being?" [More...]
For you to teach others
A guide from Anne Frank House which supports the interactive Secret
A guide from Anne Frank House which supports the interactive Secret Annex
for older pupils.
Frequent questions from pupils with suggested answers.
Tips from Anne Frank House on teaching about Anne Frank.
The pupils will learn
- To use historical sources and place them in chronological order.
- The characteristic aspects of the following periods in history; World War 2 and the Holocaust.
- Who the important people and events were in this particular period in Anne Frank’s life and relate them to other relevant examples in world history
How to use the digital blackboard to tell the Anne Frank story.
Resources and lesson plans from the Anne Frank Trust in the UK.
Further resources from the Anne Frank Trust in the UK.
A quiz which was used in the UK in conjunction with a BBC programme.