How to Make A Coffee Filter Poppy for Veterans Day
For Veterans Day it is fun to make the flower that represents it. We used a coffee filter to make a poppy. It would be fun to make one for a Veteran.
Veterans Week & Remembrance Day 2012 - Page 3
( random input : wow Remembrance looks like it's spelled wrong, but google tells me different) Anything and Everything pertaining to Veterans week and Remembrance day can be posted here. Pics, Poems, Your plans.. :flowers: I'm doing my usual, hiding out in my room until the day is over because I can't handle all the news stations showing coverage and people in public. :neutral:
We Shall Keep the Faith
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.
Five Remembrance Day Reads For Families - UrbanMoms
Written by Kait Fowlie Looking for a way to make Remembrance Day meaningful for kids? Stories can communicate the significance of the 11th in a way that’s a little more relatable and engaging than your average elementary school assembly. These 5 reads explain the symbolism of the poppy, the history of WW1, and more. A …
Remembrance Day Video - Peace
This video was made for an elementary school Remembrance Day assembly. All quotes are from the students, and most pictures were taken from the WarChild websi...
Beaded poppy honours aboriginal veterans | CBC News
The beaded poppy is the newest type of pin gracing jackets this Remembrance Day. Supporters say beaded poppies honour all veterans, but also draw attention to the unique plight of aboriginal people who went to war.
The Trews - Highway of Heroes
"Highway of Heroes", was co-written and co-produced by The Trews and Gordie Johnson (Big Sugar) and was inspired by the 2006 death of Captain Nichola Goddard...
'A different way of looking at war': Remembering the many roles of women in conflicts | CBC News
While Remembrance Day offers the opportunity to think of the sacrifice made by soldiers on the front lines, an exhibit at the Canadian War Museum in Ottawa is focusing attention on the many ways women contributed to the country's efforts during the First and Second World Wars.