This aerial photograph of Whitehall provides an excellent overview of a Remembrance Sunday parade. Her Majesty The Queen lays a wreath on the Cenotaph while other members of the royal family, politicians and High Commissioners wait their turn.
Remembrance Day Printables
We've got an assortment of Remembrance Day printables, including poppy and soldier templates, poppies that you can cut out, poppy frames, poppy wreaths and Poppy Day bookmarks! We also have a selection of Remembrance Day posters to print, perfect for your Remembrance Day displays.
Please remember that these Remembrance Day printables aren't meant as a substitute for buying a poppy to support this year's Poppy Appeal!
Our Remembrance Day Printable Activities
This photograph of a Remembrance Sunday service (taken in 2010) shows the British Royal Family (foreground), Members of Parliament (to the right and behind the Cenotaph), other dignitaries and servicemen and women laying poppy wreaths and paying their respects at the Cenotaph in Whitehall, London
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.
Most towns and villages in the United Kingdom have a public war memorial to commemorate the men and women who died in the First World War, and poppy wreaths are laid on these memorials on Remembrance Sunday, as shown on this poster.
"When you go home, tell them of us and say, for your tomorrow, we gave our today". This poster features the poignant epitaph written by English poet John Maxwell Edmonds, found on many war memorials and monuments throughout the world.
A beautiful poppy wreath reminds us that 11th November, Remembrance Day, is a day to remember the sacrifices that have been made by others so that we might live in peace today.
This Remembrance Day or Anzac Day "Lest We Forget" printable has relatively simple lines for cutting out - perhaps for a display on your board - or can be used "as is" for a poster.
Write about Remembrance Day or Anzac Day on this writing paper, choosing from blank, lined or handwriting lines versions. All have a banner with the words "Lest We Forget" at the top, and poppies for remembrance.
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.
This pretty poppy design scrapbook paper is perfect for backing your Poppy Day writing projects. It would also work well as a booklet cover; just fold in half over some blank paper and staple together.
You can use this printable 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.
This poppy wreath printable comes in colour or black and white and is perfect for Remembrance Day or Anzac Day writing projects and displays.
Use this poppy wreath to frame some Remembrance Day writing or drawing. Choose from colour or black and white versions below.
This poppy wreath will look really stunning as part of a Remembrance Day display, with "best writing" in the centre.
Another Remembrance Day poster to print and display. A border of pretty poppies surround the words "We wear a poppy to remember..."
Our poignant "Remembering the fallen" poster features a group of poppy crosses that have been laid together for Remembrance Day.
This set of simple bookmarks includes 2 "ready to print and use" and 2 for colouring in. Remember to buy a poppy to support the Royal British Legion and remember the fallen this Remembrance Day.
This sheet of four bookmarks, filled with poppies, is ready for a group or classroom colouring activity for Remembrance Day.
It can be a bit tricky to learn about Remembrance Day with very young children as they struggle to understand the concept and it can be an emotive subject.
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.
The laying of wreaths of poppies is a big part of many Rembembrance services. The children can make their own simple wreath using this printable: simply print onto white card, cut out and punch a hole at the top and hang using ribbon.
This stunning printable wreath is a beautiful decoration to help commemorate Remembrance Day. It's simple to cut out and make, but younger children might need an adult to help.
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.
This soldier template comes in 5 different sizes - from the smallest pictured below, to an XL soldier that spreads over 4 pages. We've kept the outline as simple as possible while still providing the traditional "Tommy soldier" silhouette.