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.
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 coloring page | Download Free Remembrance Day coloring page for kids
Free Printable Remembrance Day coloring page and Download free Remembrance Day coloring page along with coloring pages for other activities and coloring sheets
Remembrance Day painting - Art Project
In Canada we honor Remembrance Day on Nov. 11th. The poppy is the national symbol we use in recognition of the poem "In Flander's Fi...
15+ Easy Poppy Crafts for Kids
10 Poppy Crafts for Remembrance Day or Veteran's Day; great poppy crafts for all-ages that can be done with supplies you already have.
We Remember - a new unit for Veteran's Day
Classroom tips, teaching ideas and resources for the primary, or lower elementary classroom | STEM, Science, and Music, as well as ELA and Math |
Veterans Day & Remembrance Day Crossword
Use the Veterans Day & Remembrance Day Crossword as a fun activity for your next children's sermon.
Hand Peace Dove's for MLK Day
We had a lovely conversation this evening about peace and ways that we can show peace to the world. We talked about Martin Luther King and ...