Last year we visited the poppy installation at the Tower of London, which really got the boys interested in Poppies and their significance. Also Maxi has been studying the first world war in topic this term, so poppy crafts for remembrance have been at the forefront of our mind.
We have been busy crafting with poppies ourself and I thought I would share 11 Poppy crafts for remembrance day.
11 Poppy crafts for Remembrance Day
- Paper plate Poppies by Laughing Kids Learn
- Cake case poppy wreath from Mama Papa Bubba
- Melted wax crayon poppies by me!
- Watercolour poppy wreath by nurturestore
- A Pin free Poppy from Mama Papa Bubba
- Foam hair poppy from Mama Papa Bubba
- Fingerprint poppies by Crafty Morning
- Cupcake liner poppy by The Preschool Toolbox
- Pinwheel poppies by The Mad House
- Clay poppies by Buggy and Buddy
- Potato Print Poppies by Sun Hats and Wellie Boots
If you like these, then why not take a look at last years 11 poppy crafts for remembrance day
We also love these poppy lanterns from Sunhats and Wellie Boots
For more learning resources about Remembrance Day,the Royal British Legion has a free Remembrance Day learning pack and wall chart.
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Z has been discovering poppies and all about them this year. He asked for a “strawberry from school”. Took us a while to figure it out 🙂
I love the idea of crafting based around poppies as a way to teach children about remembrance day! Definitely book marking this for future reference!
Poppies are so pretty and they have such an important meaning. I like the cupcake liner idea.
Oh I love those, that hair slide one is so pretty. I’ll have to have a go at making that for Boo.
So many awesome poppie ideas to do. We’ll definitely do some of these crafts.
What a great line up of Poppy crafts. They are such a pretty flower. x
I love the hair clip idea – never though of putting one in the hair
I can’t believe it’s been a year since the Tower of London poppy installation, where has the year gone? I feel like it was only yesterday that my FB timelime was full of pictures of it. These are lovely ideas Jen, not only for Remembrance Day but for all year.
These are such lovely ideas – great for all age groups.
We loved the poppies too x
I will show this to Emma today and let her choose what she wants to make as a project!xx
Great list of ideas for such an important topic. My older children have all ‘done’ the wars in History, and loved learning about them. Kaz x
These are all great ideas, and an excellent way to get children thinking about what Remembrance Day means.