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With this activity students are encouraged to explore their community landscape and community history through the local cenotaph.
Written by Jessica Knapp
In almost every Canadian city, town, and village, you’ll find a cenotaph (pronounced SEN-o-taff), a special spot to honour those who fought and died for our country. Visit a cenotaph in or near your community or select one from the article “Places to Remember” on pages 40 and 41 in the 2016 Remembrance Day digital issue of Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids to answer the following questions.
Download a print friendly version of this worksheet.
This classroom resource is also available in French.
From books to films and comics to games — a list of resources to help excite and inform your students about 1812.
The website is designed for use by students ages nine to twelve years old and invites students to learn about exploration as they navigate the website.
Classroom activities and lesson plans about Canadian Parliament by the Parliament of Canada.
These ten women of Canadian history were featured at the History Makers Dinner at the Canadian Museum of History on October 16th, 2015.