Remembrance Day "recipe for peace"

Nice wee activity in relation to Remembrance - children were told the story of how the war ended on the day, month on the hour and there was peace. Provoked them to think about what helps us find peace.

Field of Poppies: Kindergarteners used different shades of green oil pastels to add the grass and stems, and then used small, medium, and large brushes to paint their poppies.

Field of Poppies: Kindergarteners used different shades of green oil pastels to add the grass and stems, and then used small, medium, and large brushes to paint their poppies. This site links to a huge library of art listed by grades

Remembrance Day- first read the book, "what does peace feel like." Then we wrote our own version and then colored the picture on our chairs to create texture like in the books illustrations.

Remembrance Day- first read the book, what does peace feel like. Then we wrote our own version and then colored the picture on our chairs to create texture like in the books illustrations.

Veteran's Day Choice Board

I love giving students choices for projects. Here is a choice board for some awesome assignments students can do for Veterans Day.

Remembrance Day word scramble pdf link

Can the kids unscramble all the words in this Remembrance Day Word Scramble activity? All the words used are from Dr John McCrae's poem, "In Flanders Fields".

We Shall Keep the Faith - a Remembrance Day poem.

This poem was writted by Moina Mitchell in 1918 and inspired by "In Flanders Field" by Dr John McRae. Read it below or scroll down for our printable version.

Rememberance Day Activity

Poppy booklets for first graders to practice their printing. Perfect for Remembrance Day or Veterans Day.

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