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.
“…We must build a classroom culture of achievement – a culture in which students are inspired to work hard to attain success, a culture in which students are motivated to learn, a cultu…
Poppy Inchies (that artist woman)
I recently completed these Poppy inchies with a Grade 5/6 class in honour of Remembrance Day. The students made all 4 and then picked their 3 favourite to be mounted on 1"x 4" boards that are cut in 1
‘It’s really a hometown story’: John McCrae honoured in Guelph
While some think he's from Montreal, others think he's a Brit, the story of soldier, doctor and poet John McCrae traces back to Guelph, Ontario.
Artwork published by Tiedemann1
Check out Tiedemann1's artwork on Artsonia, the largest student art museum on the web. Don't forget to join the fan club and leave a comment on the website.
Canada Day Home Decor Printables & Instagram Sign
Happy Canada Day tomorrow! Having people over and are looking for a way to easily spruce up the house? Look no further! Today I am sharing some fun Canada Day wall art printables and an instagram v…
Canadian Forces Remembrance Day Video
I made this for my school, but I thought it might be good to put it up on youtube. The song is Highway of heroes by The Trews.
Canadian Cooking Adventures
For centuries, the #Inuit people of #Canadas #Arctic stacked rock in human form to create the #Inuksuk, a steadfast guidepost that provided direction across the vast horizons of the North. Over time, the Inuksuk has become a symbol of hope and friendship, an eternal expression of the hospitality of a nation that warmly welcomes the people of the world with open arms every day. #canadian