Remembrance Day Activities For Kids
It’s important not to forget the sacrifices our Armed Forces have made and continue to make for us. This Remembrance Day, spend time with your kids to explore the significance of this day. Here are 5 simple activities to start the conversation and teach your kids about the meaning of Remembrance Day.
Remembrance Day Craft: Coffee Filter Poppies
This poppy craft is easy to make, and required only a few common household items. Get instructions from CBC Parents.
Make Lemon Poppy Sugar Cookies
Honor the brave soldiers who fought for us with these pretty (and tasty!) Lemon Poppy Sugar Cookies for Remembrance Day or Veteran’s Day. Get recipe from The Endless Meal.
Send a Message to Troups
Encourage your kids to learn more about the importance of remembrance day by sending Postcards for Peace or an e-card, or writing an e-message to troups. Get info from Veterans Affairs Canada.
Learn About The Peace Crane Project
The Peace Crane Project invites every student on the planet to fold an origami crane, write a message of peace on its wings, then exchange it with another student somewhere in the world. More
Visit the Canadian War Museum Virtually
The Canadian War Museum is a great place to learn about our nation’s soldiers and the sacrifices they’ve made for our country. Visit their Remembrance Day online exhibit. More