In Flanders Fields
The poem "In Flanders Fields" by Dr John McCrae, written in 1915, is the reason that we use poppies to remember those that have died in wars. Read below or scroll down for our printable version.
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11 more Poppy crafts for Remembrance Day
11 more Poppy crafts for Remembrance Day. Remember the fallen with these fab kids poppy craft, which are perfect for remembrance day, memorial day and Armistice day.
Remembrance Day in Grade 1. We have this great little booklet we put together. The kids learn a bit about the significance of the poppy AND they practice their printing!
Make your own poppy
Explore why the poppy is used as a symbol of Remembrance Day and challenge your class to make their own poppies.
The Poppy Story (Early Years).
An animated short film about the journey of the poppy and what it means. Written specifically for very young children this is an excellent introduction to th...
Remembrance Day Canada | Distance learning
FREE Canadian Remembrance Day Song, Storybook Unit - character education song (to the tune of The Rainbow Connection) ideal to prepare for an assembly, color picture book, black and white student copy, no prep printables $
A Bear in War (Terri's Teaching Treasures)
We read A Bear in War and coloured poppies for our Remembrance Day wreath today. A Bear in War is one of my favourite picture books for talking about Remembrance Day. It is a true story and showcases
Remembrance Day - John McCrae
A study of John McCrae, perfect for your Remembrance Day lessons! This packet includes a short story about the life of John McCrae and his poem, "In Flanders Fields", as well as several comprehension worksheets. Included in this packet:‣ Reading passage in color (2 pages)‣ Reading passage in black a...