Do you have an elephant’s memory? Try to remember which Remembrance Clubhouse animal said what.
Bonfire Jr. - Ellie - Gandy - Simone - Squeaker - Win
“It was a trip to remember” ______________________________
“The poppies were gently blowing in the wind” ______________________________
“We then travelled to Vimy” ______________________________
“You can see the majestic Canadian National Vimy Memorial” ______________________________
“The two tall white pillars represent Canada and France” ______________________________
“These symbolic figures represent concepts like sacrifice” ______________________________
Be my Valentine!
Did you know that there is a crafty way to say thank you to many Veterans? Simply use construction paper, markers and your imagination to create special Valentine’s Day cards for these real-life heroes. A few words of appreciation can tell our Veterans that young Canadians care about them. Many schools and organizations across the country already participate. Hooray for Valentines for Vets!
Place all these words at the right spot in the grid below to reveal the hidden word.
CARIBOU - FRANCE - MONUMENT - REGIMENT – STATUE
Hidden word: _____ _____ _____ _____ _____
Clue: Battle fought by Newfoundlanders and Canadians in 1916.
Did you know?
Stuffed animals have long been found by the sides of Canadian soldiers, sailors and airmen. “Ruthless Robert” was the fuzzy mascot of the aircrew that flew on a Canadian bomber plane in Europe during the Second World War. Now that is one tough-sounding name for such a cute stuffed wildcat!
The following list of words are placed horizontally, vertically and diagonally, both forwards and back-to-front in the word search.
When you have spotted a word, simply circle it.
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