Here are Veterans Day activities you can do with kids to help teach them about the day. Veterans day crafts, projects and books to help them show their support for our veterans on this special day and throughout the year.
Celebrating Veterans Day with Kids
Veterans Day is the day set aside to thank and honor ALL those who served honorably in the military – in wartime or peacetime. Today take a moment to look around your community to see how you can support your local Veterans.
There are a few ways to just stop in the day and encourage you and your family to think of a way to express our gratitude to Veterans. Maybe it’s a simple hand drawn card by your child that you hand deliver or inviting a neighbor over who served in the military for dinner.
Here are a few activity ideas for your child to learn about Veterans Day and to also help them reach out to others around the world for this Holiday.
In the United States it’s Veteran’s Day but in other parts of the world it’s Remembrance Day and Armistice Day. I fondly thank and remember my Grandfather who was in the Marines serving during the World War II
Our gratitude goes to so many friends who’s husbands have served in Afghanistan and Iraq over the past few years. Your braveness and honor makes each of so ever so thankful and proud of you!
Veteran’s Day Activities for Kids
- Veterans Day Wreath by No Time for Flashcards
- Remembrance Poppy by No Time for Flashcards
- Veterans Day Books and Craft by Pragmatic Mom
- Cork Painted Poppy and Book by JDaniel’s4Mom
- Coffee Filter Poppy by JDaniel4’sMom
- Veterans Day Activities by JDaniel4’sMom
- Poppies to Remember by Playful Learning
- Patriotic Emergent Readers from The Measured Mom
- 11 Poppy Projects for Remembrance Day from Mum in the Madhouse
- Thank a Solider or Veteran Writing Frames from The Owl Factory
- Coffee Filter Poppies from Happy Hooligans
Book About Veterans Day for Kids
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Projects that Support our Veteran’s and their Families
Consider working with your child is a way that can help support your local units that provide for these programs.