Remembrance Day Poems

These three poems are traditionally associated with Remembrance Day. Read them online here or enjoy our printable versions, in colour or black and white.

They Shall Not Grow Old

For the Fallen

One verse of the poem "For the Fallen" by Laurence Binyon is now often used at Remembrance Day services. Read the whole poem here, online, or scroll down for a printable version of the verse which begins "They shall not grow old"..

For the Fallen copywork

For the Fallen Copywork

Copy out this beloved verse of the haunting Remembrance Day poem, "For the Fallen", with the help of this copywork printable, complete with pretty poppy border.

In Flanders Fields

In Flanders Fields

The poem "In Flanders Fields" by Dr John McCrae, written in 1915, is the reason that we use poppies to remember those that have died in wars. Read below or scroll down for our printable version.

In Flanders Fields copywork

In Flanders Fields Copywork

Children can copy out the first stanze of the poem "In Flanders Field" with this pretty copywork printable, complete with poppy border, for Remembrance Day. Choose from colour or black and white versions.

We Shall Keep the Faith

We Shall Keep the Faith

This poem was writted by Moina Mitchell in 1918 and inspired by "In Flanders Field" by Dr John McRae. Read it below or scroll down for our printable version.

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