remembrance day

In this week’s edition of The Tuesday 12, we are providing you with 12 resources (crafts, poems, displays, activities) that can be used to teach your students about the importance of Remembrance Day.  On November 11, we are provided with the opportunity to pay tribute to the brave men and women who sacrificed everything in order for us to enjoy the freedom that we often take for granted.

1. “In Flanders Fields” on YouTube from AdPaylor (includes excerpt from “For the Fallen” by Laurence Binyon)

2. Remembrance Day Toolkit from the Canadian War Museum

3. Remembrance Day Huichol Yarn Painting from www.thatartistwoman.org (click on image for instructions)

4. Special Education Language Program—Remembrance Day Unit (free download on TPT by Matthew Hackney)

5. Beautiful for the Canadian flag (I’ve linked this to the Pinterest source, but I can’t find the proper attribution…if you know where this is from, please leave the info in the comments section. Thanks! Thanks to Patrick who left us a comment informing us that this beautiful piece of work was created by Brian Espiritu)

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6. Remembrance Day Canada (“Soldiers Cry” by Roland Majeau) video on YouTube

7. Poppy Mixed Media from www.thatartistwoman.org (for instructions, click on the image)

8. Teachers’ Resources on Veterans Affairs Canada

9. A worksheet to accompany the story “What Does Peace Feel Like” by Vladimir Radunsky (free download on TPT by Vanessa Steunenberg)

10. Tons of Teacher Resources from Saskatoon Public Schools! Interactive sites, multimedia, poems, and links to tons of sites.

11. Beautiful Bulletin Boards


12. Veterans’ Week and Remembrance Day (tons of resources from the Government of Alberta)

On November 11, please take a moment to show your gratitude for those who paid the ultimate price for our freedom and way of life.

Poppy - ''Lest we forget''

Click on poppy for information regarding Remembrance Day services in Toronto.


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The Tuesday 12: 12 Remarkable Remembrance Day Resources (November 11) — 3 Comments

  1. Pingback: Remembrance Day ~ A way to remember - Teaching Rocks!

  2. Thanks so much, Patrick! We always try to attribute any images we use to the original artist and I’m glad we can now reference Brian Espiritu as the artist that created this moving and patriotic piece of work.

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