National Indigenous Veterans Day Collaborative Poster | Remembrance Day Canada

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Brain Ninjas
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3rd - 6th
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89 pages
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Use this collaborative poster with your class to start conversations about National Indigenous Veterans Day in Canada. This colouring activity takes your students 10-30 minutes and just requires printing for you to use right away. It's a great activity to use to calm the mood, learn about Indigenous veterans, or leave with a substitute teacher.

This product is included in our Remembrance Day Bundle. It is also available in a Remembrance Day Collaborative Poster Bundle with a poster about Remembrance Day.

This cooperative activity includes:

  • information about Indigenous Veterans Day observed in Canada on November 8. Details about service, marksmen, code talkers and monuments are written for elementary students.
  • directions to run the activity with your students.
  • sets in 18, 24 or 36 pieces so you can use them with any size class.
  • simple instructions for your students so they know how their piece fits into the final poster.
  • pieces with different levels of detail so you can give the right piece to each student.
  • assembly instructions along with tips for making the process as easy as possible.
  • follow up activities to extend learning about the origins of Indigenous Veterans Day on November 8, Charles "Checker" Tomkins and Henry Louis Norwest.

Please see the preview for a picture of the finished poster.

This activity supports:

  • any lesson to learn about Remembrance Day.
  • any lesson to learn about Indigenous Peoples' contributions throughout Canadian history.
  • any lesson about Canadian veterans.

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Thank you for your consideration! Happy learning about Indigenous veterans and their contributions from the Brain Ninjas!

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89 pages
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Teaching Duration
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