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We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day

We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day
We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day
We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day
We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day
We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day
We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day
We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day
We Remember - a Mini Unit for Veteran's Day
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This is a Language Arts unit for Early Primary. This is good for Remembrance Day, Armistice Day or Veteran's Day. I have used these lessons for years in my own K to Grade 2 classes. I just "prettied" them all for publishing here. There are several poems and full colour pages included. There are word wall word cards and a full colour poem for you to enlarge and print out, or project on a SMART board. There are pages to colour, and fill in the blanks. These lessons could be used for printing or for descriptive poetic writing.

Check out my more comprehensive unit here

We Remember Two - a complete Remembrance Day and Veteran's Day Unit

Pumpkins, pumpkins, pumpkins...

I have been using the skills and processes of the Knowledge Framework to teach Science concepts for over 20 years. I find these are an excellent way to introduce new vocabulary and concepts to young children.

The Knowledge Framework is a program first developed by Mohan in 1986. This program was developed for ELL learners to help deepen their second language learning by providing a visual framework in which to learn. Many of these skills are excellent when learning critical thinking skills.

This Science unit uses these principles, and visual frameworks to develop critical thinking skills for Primary aged children. It’s a perfect blend of thinking skills and solid Science in one unit.

The foundation of each of these activities is the graphic organizers. Here’s a list of the 6 areas with examples of graphic organizers you can use to teach them.

Description – picture, plan, drawing, slide, map, labels
Sequence – flow chart, cycle, action strip, timeline
Choice – decision tree, flow chart
Classification – web, table, tree, graph, database
Principles – diagram, graph, table, cycle
Evaluation – rating grid, chart, marks book


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pumpkins, thanksgiving, fall, autumn, science, critical thinking.

remembrance day, poppy, poppies, armistice day, veterans day.

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