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This educational resource contains links to printable colouring sheets commemorating Veteran's Week.
Veterans Affairs Canada
From this resource educators and students can find and send an electronic postcard commemorating Remembrance Day, Veterans Week, and peacekeeping.
Assignment questions for secondary school students that use photographs and newsreels from the raid on Dieppe to teach students how to research historical events using primary and secondary sources.
Library and Archives Canada
Educators will find links here to a variety of activities for the class related to war, peace, and remembrance.
Lesson plan for teaching the history of the War of 1812 that includes time lines and synopses of major events compiled from several texts with the intent of creating a good historical foundation (especially for those with little background on the subject). The material is divided into five major sections - Loyalists; The onset of war; The war turns; The US returns to Niagara; The war ends.
Parks Canada has provided a virtual doorway to explore Canada's national historic military sites. Online tours enable the user to travel to the sites of famous battles or view a famous building. Both virtual and text tours are available.
Provides questions for intermediate level students to facilitate discussions pertaining to filmclips and photographs from the raid on Dieppe.
Through the years, thousands of Canadian women have been faced with obstacles and challenging new experiences, whether on the home front or on the front lines. Learn about the changing roles of women and their different experiences.
Here are some activities and symbols associated with Remembrance Day. Also some little known facts regarding our men over seas and life on the homefront are presented. Service Women, politicians, families and heroes are all remembered on this site.
The material you will find here has been produced by selected Government of Canada departments and non-governmental bodies in order to help young people learn about the War of 1812 and its importance to the Canada we know today.