This Remembrance Day we’ve got some really inspiring and poignant Remembrance Day crafts, worksheets, activities and teaching resources to help children understand the meaning behind this important day. These resources are suitable for EYFS, KS1 and KS2 as they can be adapted to fit the needs of your children or class.
Remembrance Day Information PowerPoint
Use our Remembrance Day Information PowerPoint either for class assembly or as a way of prompting discussion with your class. The PowerPoint is fully editable so if the wording is too tricky or too easy, you can quickly adapt it to meet the needs of your class. The PowerPoint explains the meaning behind Remembrance Day, why we wear poppies and some basic information about World War One.
Updated for 2020 – we now have a NEW Remembrance Day PowerPoint specifically aimed at EYFS and KS1, with age appropriate information and pictures.
Remembrance Day Reading Comprehension
For older children, our Remembrance Day reading comprehension activities are a great opportunity for children to learn more about Remembrance Day whilst improving their reading skills.
Remembrance Day poem idea
Inspire children to use their imaginations and creativity with our Remembrance Day acrostic poem activity.
Remembrance Day Writing Ideas
If your class are in the mood for writing, these Remembrance Day writing prompts are just the ticket.
Remembrance Day writing frames
Or if you’re looking for something a bit more free flow, our Remembrance Day writing frames give children the freedom and flexibility to really go to town, writing about something or someone important to them.
Poppy Wreath Craft
Fancy a no mess craft for Remembrance Day? This Remembrance Day Poppy Wreath Bouquet is very easy and just requires cutting, folding and sticking. No mess, no drama! There’s also a black and white version if you want to save ink and do your own designs.
Poppy Photo Cards
Show children what the poppies actually look like in real life with our poppy photo cards – really useful for children who may never have seen a poppy or understand what one is.
Remembrance Day Paper Plate Craft
This Remembrance Day Paper Plate Craft is really fun and has loads of different uses. Ask children to write and draw how they will remember those who have sacrificed themselves for us. There is also a blank template for children to write their own poem, or diary entry to describe life in World War One.
Remembrance Day Mindfulness Colouring Sheets
Always a winner are our mindfulness resources – and our Remembrance Day mindfulness colouring sheets are beautifully hand drawn to attempt to capture the poignant events, whilst giving children a chance to reflect.
Remembrance Day In Flanders Fields Bookmarks
Make your own In Flanders Fields bookmarks for children to keep forever. Prompt discussion around the poem, practise performing it with expression, perhaps for a class assembly?
Remembrance Day Friendship Bracelet
This Remembrance Day Friendship Bracelet comes in a variety of designs including black and white to colour your own! Use fine motor skills to pleat and weave the strips into a bracelet shape, then seal with one of our charms. Ask children to give their friendship bracelet to someone else in the class as as sign of love and kindness.
What else do you have planned for Remembrance Day this year? Take a look at our Remembrance Day resources right here!