On Wednesday the 11th of November our class celebrated Remembrance day. Remembrance day is always held on the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month of each year. We always have one minute of silence at 11:00 to remember the soldiers that fought in the war. In the one minute silence someone will play the song called“The last post.” Click here to hear the Last Post
The symbol for Remembrance day is the beautiful red poppy. This flower grew in abundance in a part of Western Europe (near France and Belgium) known as Flanders.
In class we did some activities. One of them was make a red poppy and the other one was to fill out a sheet.
Lest we forget.
This post was written by Annie and Madeline.
PS – check out this link for the Gallipoli video we watched.