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Who remembers soldiers’ sacrifices? Every November on Remembrance Day/Veterans Day, poppies are worn with pride on lapels all over Canada, the United States, and Great Britain.
During World War I, many soldiers were buried in graveyards in Europe including in Belgium's Flanders Fields. These fields are covered with red poppies. As a result, these wildflowers have come to symbolize all the soldiers who gave their lives during wars. On November 11, Remembrance Day, people wear poppies to show their appreciation for soldiers’ sacrifices.
On construction paper, use Crayola® Erasable Colored Pencils to outline four bow-tie shaped petals about as long as your finger. Make two smaller bow-tie petals. Cut them out with Crayola Scissors. Use Crayola Washable Markers to color the four large petals red and the two smaller ones black.
Outline three small circles. Cut them out. Color two circles green and one circle yellow. Punch a hole in the middle of all nine pieces.
Pull a chenille stick through all layers. Start with one green circle followed by two red bow-ties, one black bow-tie, two red bow-ties, one black bow-tie, one green circle, and one yellow circle. Bend down the chenille stick to keep pieces in place. Arra
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Your children will leap into this life-size frog and dragonfly project. Make an even bigger splash by planning a family
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Shine a beacon on lighthouses! Explore Peggy's Cove in Nova Scotia, or other legendary lighthouses. Then make your own a
Every country has a day to honor its heritage. Create a big party banner with your country's flag. Celebrate independenc
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