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Anzac Day is an annual holiday observed on April 25 in Australia and New Zealand to honour war veterans. The day marks the anniversary of the first significant military action by Australian and New Zealand soldiers in World War I on April 25, 1915. The following provides free Printables and Activities, Templates and Articles that will enable you to celebrate Anzac Day at your service and activities that can be implemented into the curriculum for children.

This template can be used during ANZAC Day to encourage children to spread peace and to encourage children to learn about ANZAC day.

We, human beings always want our traditions, fact, stories, and sacrifices that lie behind the national day to pass on to our next generation. It is also important as without knowing the root of the culture and tradition, children will not be able to love their country in adulthood. Knowing about ANZAC Day, the real stories, heroism, and sacrifices will not let the Australian culture be lost rather hand it over to the future generation and will continue in this way.

Poppy Counting Mats enables children to add the correct number of poppies corresponding to the number on each set by adding them into the grid. This helps children with identifying numbers, supports number recognition and one to one correspondence. 

The poppies provided can be cut out and glued onto the grid and also laminated to reuse over again. This is a great activity for Remembrance Day.

Remembering Soldiers Cut and Paste is an activity that enables children to commemorate soldiers by cutting and pasting poppies around each silhouette image. 

This set can be laminated for longer lasting and used with playdough as well. 

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