How Can We Use Subscriptions to Learn about Remembrance Day?

Our HCOS subscriptions give us many options for study about Remembrance Day.  Here are a few links that you may use to start you on your researches.  Remember that our research subscriptions will have many, many more options for your study!

BrainPOP Veterans’ Day (American) (Gr. 3-8) and  Veterans’ Day Challenge  In Memory of the Men and Women Who Have Served (Gr. 7-9)

Discovery Education:  Canada and World War I (31 minutes); Canada and World War II (37 minutes)  (For parents who have signed up for a Discovery Education parent account, there is a whole content collection on Remembrance Day with K-5, Gr. 6-8 and Gr. 9-12 Resources, including lesson starters.)

EBSCOhost Explora:  Log in and then you can view Text articles:  Remembrance DayCanada’s Celebration of Remembrance Day

GALE Cengage:  Remembrance Day (from Canada in Context)

KnowBC:  Remembrance at Fort Langley Cemetery; Charlie’s Tree

Learn360:  The Odyssey – Jessica, US (middle school)

LesPlan:  What in the World?  Checking the November issues of What in the World? will give good material for Remembrance Day studies. (The passwords have been sent to your support teacher for you to access the article.  Please note that these links will expire after several months, so be sure to download the issue into your computer when you access it.)

RightNow Media:  Torchlighters:   The Corrie ten Boom Story

World Book:  Back in Time:  Canada 1942  World Book Timelines:  Choose “Search Event”  E.g. World War I or World War II .

From Veterans’ Affairs Canada comes this “Hundred Days’ Quiz” (Test your knowledge and explore the sites of Canada’s great contributions and sacrifices at the end of the First World War with Canada’s Hundred Days Quiz on Google Earth!) and learn more at “Canada’s Hundred Days and the Armistice 100th Anniversary – 1918-2018“.  Here are some great “Veterans’ Week Learning Resources“, including a .pdf activity booklet for children’s learning, Take Time to Remember 2018.