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Use this Remembrance Day word search to familiarize your students with key terms from the First World War.
Created by Canada’s History Society
Download the print friendly version of the Remembrance Day Word Search and the Answer Key. This activity corresponds to the 2016 Remembrance Day Digital Issue of Kayak: Canada’s History Magazine for Kids.
This classroom resource is also available in French.
In this activity, students research the language used to describe the 1918 flu pandemic and compare it to how we are talking about the COVID-19 pandemic.
As soon as children can say, “That’s Not Fair!” they are ready to talk about their rights and freedoms.
The Beaverbrook Vimy Prize brings Canadian, French, and British youth together to study their shared First and Second World War histories.
Teaching Lost Stories consists of a set of lesson plans and historical documents that are aimed at intermediate and secondary-school students and which build on the Lost Stories documentary films.