Medals are worn with pride on Remembrance Day. What sort of medal would the kids design, and what would they award it for? This printable provides four traditional medal designs to get them started.
Remembrance Day Printables
We've got an assortment of printable activities for Remembrance Day, including poppies that you can cut out, poppy frames, and some lovely Poppy Day bookmarks. Please remember that these printables aren't meant as a substitute for buying a poppy to support the Remembrance Day Appeal!
Simple poppies for cutting and sticking - 15 in total. Use them to make your own wreath, decorate the classroom or stick onto work.
This playdough mat asks the kids to use their playdough to make a poppy for the stem. You might want to provide a Remembrance Day poppy for them to use as a model.
Here's something different for Remembrance Day - one of our printable jigsaws featuring a Remembrance Day poppy.
You can use this poppy template for display or for crafts. It comes in a variety of sizes in this three page PDF file. The outline of the petals is of course simple enough for children to cut out by themselves.
This poppy wreath printable can be used in many ways. Perhaps you could print onto card, cut out and hang up on Remembrance Day? Or use it as a frame for a drawing, writing or even a photo.
Another Remembrance Day poster to print and display. A border of pretty poppies surround the words "We wear a poppy to remember..."
This Remembrance Day frame is surrounded by a field of poppies and is perfect for Remembrance Day pictures, writing, poems or copywork. Available blank or lined.
This poppy frame - available blank or lined - makes a stunning surround for your Remembrance Day writing projects. Younger children could draw their own picture inside then colour in the poppies.
The large poppy illustration makes this Remembrance Day poster instantly recognisable and perfect for display.
Here are 24 words or phrases associated with Remembrance Day, and one blank card for any that you want to add yourself.
Rosemary is the herb for memory, or remembrance, and as such it is often worn for Anzac Day (particularly appropriate as it grew wild on the Gallipoli peninsula) or Remembrance Day. Here is a simple illustrated poster to print out.