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Explore why the poppy is used as a symbol of Remembrance Day and challenge your class to make their own poppies. See pages 31-34 of the November 2006 issue of Child Education for the Remembrance Day creative project.

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  1. nicola crowle
    on 11 November 2012

    poppy

    cool poppy making templates

  2. sophia
    on 6 November 2012

    make your own poppys

    i maked mine out of tissue papper 1ST i got the red tissue papper and maked the poppy shape 2ND i got the black tissue papper and scrued a little ball and stuck it in the middle of the poppy 3RD i got the green tissue papper and made the stem and stuck it at the back of the poppy FINALY i got my glitter and put glitter on and i gived all of them to the charaty shop when they all went the porson is the charrity shop tols me how much i had rased i rased 100 pounds and gived it to the children in need.

  3. nigel
    on 10 November 2011

    poppie making

    Doesn’t this miss the point of the poppie, which is bought with a contribution to raise funds?

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