Remembrance with Children and Families

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MLK Day bulletin board - When you close your eyes and think of peace, what do you see? This would be a great bulletin board for the entire school to participate in making! Classroom Displays, Classroom Organization, Hallway Displays, Classroom Ideas, School Bulletin Boards, History Bulletin Boards, English Bulletin Boards, Community Bulletin Board, Start Ups

When you close your eyes and think of peace, what do you see?

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A Paper Poppy for ANZAC Day

ANZAC Day is one of Australia and New Zealand's most important national days encompassing nationhood, love and loss, and the gratitude and honor given to our servicemen and women. The poppy has increasingly become a symbol for ANZAC Day, and one that children can easily relate to (read more about the significance of the poppy…

Our Remembrance Day art started with reading the book A Poppy is to Remember. We… - Kunstunterricht Remembrance Day Activities, Remembrance Day Art, Veterans Day Activities, Ww1 Art, Poppy Craft, 3rd Grade Art, Grade 2, Anzac Day, Kindergarten Art

A Poppy is to Remember

Our Remembrance Day art started with reading the book A Poppy is to Remember. We talked about the importance of November 11th and about th...

I think this would be a great integrated activity of art and writing. Have students create a poem during a poetry unit and then have them illustrate the poem. Put the pieces together to make a quilt as a class. Could use for open house. Teaching Poetry, Teaching Writing, Writing Activities, Teaching Tools, Teaching English, Teaching Ideas, Academic Writing, English Class, Writing Ideas

make a poetry/remembrance quilt: on squares: write poems inspired by Remembrance poetry e.g. In Flanders fields, make paintings of poppies, find out and write about family members who were involved the war, make peace pictures etc. then laminate each square or stick on to card, hole punch each corner and tie up to make a quilt

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Pink peace doves for Remembrance Day

This week, I did peace doves with the grade 2 and 3 classes. They were a really nice, easy activity, but still produced great results. Stu...

Remembrance Day wreathes…always a challenge to make them sturdy enough to stand up on their own. Project Ideas, Art Projects, Craft Ideas, Art School, School Stuff, Morning Assembly, Brownie Guides, Visual Art Lessons, Art Bulletin Boards

In the run up to Remembrance Day 2012 children and teachers at Looe Primary School took part in their own festival of remembrance. What started out as talk during a morning assembly turned into a week-long project taking in some history, some amazing art work and some understanding for the children as to why and who we remember

We made large poppies from tissue paper to put on our collective worship board. ·        Cut out 4 large heart shaped pieces ·        Hold the petals together in a rough poppy shape by scrunching the bases ·        Secure the base of each petal together using a green pipe cleaner to make a stalk ·        Stick a black dot or button in the centre or draw on with black marker pen.   Barbara Poppy Craft, Marker Pen, Black Dots, Children And Family, Tissue Paper, Simple Designs, Heart Shapes, Worship, Markers

We made large poppies from tissue paper to put on our collective worship board. · Cut out 4 large heart shaped pieces · Hold the petals together in a rough poppy shape by scrunching the bases · Secure the base of each petal together using a green pipe cleaner to make a stalk · Stick a black dot or button in the centre or draw on with black marker pen. Barbara

A Poppy Petal cross for Reflection   cut out red petal shapes and each child took some from a bowl as they arrived/sat down   We listened to Emilie Sandie’s version of Abide With Me from the Olympics Opening Ceremony and I invited them to place their petals on the card to make a cross   We then lit a candle to represent our prayers for peace. The children decided we should put the poppy petal cross on our reflective area   I think that this would work with any age group. Abide With Me, Olympics Opening Ceremony, Prayer For Peace, Children And Family, Poppy, Reflection, Families, Prayers, Age

A Poppy Petal cross for Reflection cut out red petal shapes and each child took some from a bowl as they arrived/sat down We listened to Emilie Sandie’s version of Abide With Me from the Olympics Opening Ceremony and I invited them to place their petals on the card to make a cross We then lit a candle to represent our prayers for peace. The children decided we should put the poppy petal cross on our reflective area I think that this would work with any age group.

Cut out 4 large red poppy shaped petals and a black centre circle  hold up/stick up or lay on floor to show that they make a Poppy Cut out P-O-P-P-Y in black letters  put letters on the petals and replace the centre circle with the O  Explain that they represent:  P for Praise God  O for Offering  P for Prayer  P for Peace   Y for You:  You can make the choice to bring peace to your own life and the life of those around you and hope for peace in the world World Peace, Black Letter, Praise God, Children And Family, Red Poppies, Poppy, Centre, Families, Prayers

Cut out 4 large red poppy shaped petals and a black centre circle hold up/stick up or lay on floor to show that they make a Poppy Cut out P-O-P-P-Y in black letters put letters on the petals and replace the centre circle with the O Explain that they represent: P for Praise God O for Offering P for Prayer P for Peace Y for You: You can make the choice to bring peace to your own life and the life of those around you and hope for peace in the world

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