Poppy Day Crossword

Poppy Day Crossword

Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
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Build a snowman game

Build a snowman game

Use this activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Christmas. Marking the birth of Jesus, Christmas is a religious holiday for Christians. For many people it is no longer only a religious festival. It has become a season of general celebration and giving presents. The holiday is officially observed on 25 December, but often celebrations begin a few days earlier and last until the new year. It is one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.
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Poppy flower contour colouring sheet

Poppy flower contour colouring sheet

Use this colouring activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
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Origami Christmas tree (3D)

Origami Christmas tree (3D)

Use this activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Christmas. Marking the birth of Jesus, Christmas is a religious holiday for Christians. For many people it is no longer only a religious festival. It has become a season of general celebration and giving presents. The holiday is officially observed on 25 December, but often celebrations begin a few days earlier and last until the new year. It is one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.
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Bonfire Night Word Search

Bonfire Night Word Search

Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Bonfire Night. Bonfires have been lit across the United Kingdom on November 5th for over 400 years – but why? The Gunpowder Plot was one of the most famous attempts to kill a king in British history. A group of men, including one named Guy Fawkes, planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. They were caught before they could carry out the plot, however. Every year on the anniversary of the plot, people in the United Kingdom celebrate the fact that the plot failed. The celebrations include bonfires and fireworks.
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Christmas Crossword

Christmas Crossword

Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Christmas. Marking the birth of Jesus, Christmas is a religious holiday for Christians. For many people it is no longer only a religious festival. It has become a season of general celebration and giving presents. The holiday is officially observed on 25 December, but often celebrations begin a few days earlier and last until the new year. It is one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.
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Remembrance Day sign colouring sheet

Remembrance Day sign colouring sheet

Use this colouring activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
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How to make a skeleton activity

How to make a skeleton activity

Use this activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Halloween. Also called All Hallows' Eve, Halloween takes place on 31 October. It is a time when people dress up in costumes, go trick-or-treating and carve jack-o&'-lanterns from hollowed-out pumpkins. Several ancient festivals held in the autumn helped create the holiday that exists today. In ancient times, the holiday was marked by customs started by pagans. It was believed that on the last night of October, the spirits of the dead roamed the Earth. To scare them away, the pagans lit bonfires.
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Poppy Day Pictures

Poppy Day Pictures

Use these pictures from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
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Fireworks on Bonfire Night Colouring Sheet

Fireworks on Bonfire Night Colouring Sheet

Use this colouring activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Bonfire Night. Bonfires have been lit across the United Kingdom on November 5th for over 400 years – but why? The Gunpowder Plot was one of the most famous attempts to kill a king in British history. A group of men, including one named Guy Fawkes, planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. They were caught before they could carry out the plot, however. Every year on the anniversary of the plot, people in the United Kingdom celebrate the fact that the plot failed. The celebrations include bonfires and fireworks.
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Sparkler Colouring Sheet

Sparkler Colouring Sheet

Use this colouring activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Bonfire Night. Bonfires have been lit across the United Kingdom on November 5th for over 400 years – but why? The Gunpowder Plot was one of the most famous attempts to kill a king in British history. A group of men, including one named Guy Fawkes, planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. They were caught before they could carry out the plot, however. Every year on the anniversary of the plot, people in the United Kingdom celebrate the fact that the plot failed. The celebrations include bonfires and fireworks.
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Poppy Day Word Search

Poppy Day Word Search

Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
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This firework is ready to go! Colouring Sheet

This firework is ready to go! Colouring Sheet

Use this colouring activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Bonfire Night. Bonfires have been lit across the United Kingdom on November 5th for over 400 years – but why? The Gunpowder Plot was one of the most famous attempts to kill a king in British history. A group of men, including one named Guy Fawkes, planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. They were caught before they could carry out the plot, however. Every year on the anniversary of the plot, people in the United Kingdom celebrate the fact that the plot failed. The celebrations include bonfires and fireworks.
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Origami Christmas tree bauble

Origami Christmas tree bauble

Use this activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Christmas. Marking the birth of Jesus, Christmas is a religious holiday for Christians. For many people it is no longer only a religious festival. It has become a season of general celebration and giving presents. The holiday is officially observed on 25 December, but often celebrations begin a few days earlier and last until the new year. It is one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.
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Bonfire Night Quiz

Bonfire Night Quiz

Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Bonfire Night. Bonfires have been lit across the United Kingdom on November 5th for over 400 years – but why? The Gunpowder Plot was one of the most famous attempts to kill a king in British history. A group of men, including one named Guy Fawkes, planned to blow up the Houses of Parliament. They were caught before they could carry out the plot, however. Every year on the anniversary of the plot, people in the United Kingdom celebrate the fact that the plot failed. The celebrations include bonfires and fireworks.
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Christmas Pictures

Christmas Pictures

Use these pictures from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Christmas. Marking the birth of Jesus, Christmas is a religious holiday for Christians. For many people it is no longer only a religious festival. It has become a season of general celebration and giving presents. The holiday is officially observed on 25 December, but often celebrations begin a few days earlier and last until the new year. It is one of the most colourful and festive times of the year.
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Poppy Day Quiz

Poppy Day Quiz

Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Poppy Day. In Britain the second Sunday in November of each year is a day of reflection, when people of all ages wear a poppy with pride. On Poppy Day everyone in Britain is asked to remember the sacrifices made by others during times of war. The special day is also called Remembrance Day or Remembrance Sunday.
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