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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Poppy Fields for Remembrance Day
This week, Grade 3 painted these poppy landscapes in honour of Remembrance Day. They were inspired by a lesson I saw on Artsonia here . ...
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Cupcake Liner Poppy Craft - very fun and easy craft for kids to make for Remembrance Day. Great for fine motor skills too. Happy Hooligans
Stained Glass Poppies
Use Cover Paper to create these Stained Glass Poppies. Ideal for learning about ANZAC Day and Remembrance Day as a commemorative activity.
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What does Peace feel like?
We spent last week talking about peace, poppies and Remembrance Day. We did activities around these ideas and revisited them throughout the week. We made this for our Remembrance Day assembly today. It will be taking place at 11:20 in the Gym. Hope everyone has a fabulous week!
Remembrance Day in Canada, Reading and Writing Activities for Grades 3-5
Remembrance Day in Canada, Reading and Writing Activities
5+ Easy Poppy Crafts for Kids to Make for Veterans Day and Remembrance Day - Happy Hooligans
These gorgeous and easy poppy crafts are perfect for kids to make for Remembrance Day, Veterans Day in November and Anzac Day in April.
Remembrance Day in Canada - A Writing and Poppy Activity
"We Remember" poppies for Veterans Day or Remembrance Day - A class I know completed these to give to the veterans that visited their school on November 11. LOVE that idea!