Remembrance Day in Class : A Fan Photo Story

by Maplelea Staff November 02, 2021 1 min read 4 Comments

The following is a photo story about Remembrance Day activities in the classroom from a wonderful Maplelea fan.


Remembrance Day is a special time to reflect. Charlsea thinks about what it means to be a hero, and since she was just dressed up as "Canadian Girl" Superhero for Halloween, she thought that the topic "What is A Hero?" would be perfect for her school presentation.  

Charlsea's classmate Annie is working at her desk on her "Flanders Field" reflections.

Brianne works on her report titled "What I will be thinking about during the moment of silence", after the trumpet player plays. 


What special reflections do you have this Remembrance Day? 


4 Responses


November 08, 2021

This is amazing! My class is writing postcards for peace for veterans who were in the war! I will be thinking about how lucky I am that people sacrificed their lives so that we could have a better future. I could never be more grateful for that.


December 03, 2020

I loved how all of the girls celebrated something so sad during such a hard time.
Lest we forget


November 07, 2020

Thank you! This post has inspired me and my kids to create our own projects. We printed them to doll scale while playing with the dolls and discussing what Remembrance Day means to all of us. We have plans to make a few mini-poppies for the dolls too. Thanks for creating these posts and helping us build new activities for the kids during this pandemic.

Tessa Smith

July 09, 2020

It is wonderful! I love Brianne’s “what I will be thinking about during the moment of silence.” On rememberance day I was thinking the same thing!

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