Although conditions were wretched, Ela forged lifelong friendships with other girls from Room 28 of her barracks. Adults working with the children tried their best to keep up the youngest prisoners’ spirits. A children’s opera called “Brundibar” was even performed, and Ela was chosen to play the pivotal role of the cat. Yet amidst all of this, the feared transports to death camps and death itself were a part of daily life.
- Knowledge Box Central families: Use this alongside the Wars foldables, booklets, and lapbooks.
- Tapestry of Grace families: This book has come back into print and replaces Terezin. Use for 3 weeks.