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5 Remembrance Day Activities For Kids

Nov 2, 2016

Try one of these simple activities to teach little ones about the meaning of Remembrance Day. 

1. Coffee Filter Poppies

Coffee filter poppies are easy to make—you may even have all the supplies at home. More >

Red poppies made from coffee filters.

2. Popsicle Stick Poppy Frame

Make a popsicle stick poppy frame for a special veteran in your life. More >

3. Cupcake-Liner Poppy Bouquet

A super-simple craft that yields gorgeous results. More >

A cupcake liner poppy bouquet.


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4. Simple Poppy Art

A Remembrance Day craft for kids that's inspired by the famous poem In Flanders Fields. More >

Poppy art made with patterned red paper.

5. Remembrance Day By The Numbers

Older kids can learn all about Remembrance Day with this interactive infographic on Kids CBC 2. More >

Poppies in a field and the words

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