Ways for Kids to Pay Tribute on Remembrance Day

Attending Remembrance Day ceremonies on November 11 is a well known way to honour the men and women who served Canada in times of war, military conflict, and peace. But if your children can't attend, there are many other ways to remember the sacrifices and achievements of the one and a half million brave Canadians who served, and continue to serve, our country at home and abroad.

Here are our top picks for Remembrance Day craft and activity sites for kids. With the help of these sites, kids can make flags and fireworks, maple leaves, poppies, and more. It's just one more way to say "thank you."

Activity Village 
Get the children involved and help them to understand what Remembrance Day is all about with this collection of Poppy Day colouring pages, classroom printables, crafts, and activities.

Remembrance Day Crafts by Creative Bug
With a few basic supplies, children can make simple Remembrance Day crafts to display in their homes or to give as gifts.

Colouring pages, crafts, printables, games, and worksheets.

Crayola Remembrance Day
Kids can make a poppy craft.

Veterans Affairs of Canada
You’ll find fun stuff, postcards, project ideas, and teacher resources.

Make heart poppies.

Remembrance Day Colouring Pages
Toddlers can join in too with Remembrance Day and Veteran's Day themed colouring pages.

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