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Korean War WebQuest

Type: Document

This page contains links to the Korean War WebQuest resource for Canadian educators.

Site: Veterans Affairs Canada

Crossword Puzzle - Grades 3 - 6

Type: Document

This resource is a crossword puzzle in which the answers must be unscrambled.

Site: Veterans Affairs Canada

Take Time to Remember - Teacher's Guide - Activities for Kindergarten to Grade 3 Classes

Type: Document

This guide is designed to aid educators with activities intended to teach young children in Kindergarten to Grade 3 about Canada's participation in wars of the 20th century.

Site: Veterans Affairs Canada

Aboriginal-Canadian Veterans

Type: Document

Each year on June 21, National Aboriginal Day is celebrated. Canadian Aboriginal Veterans have reason to be proud of their wartime contributions. More than 7,000 Indians served in the First and Second World Wars and the Korean War, and an unknown number of Inuit, Métis and non-status Indians also participated. One Aboriginal Veterans group estimates that 12,000 Natives served in the three wars.

Site: Veterans Affairs Canada

Keeping the Peace - Postcards for Peace -Teachers's Guide - Activities for Grades 6 to 13

Type: Document

The role of Canadian peacekeepers and peacekeeping is discussed in this teachers' guide. Topics include history, purpose; functions and tasks, and past and present missions. Links to a class activity titled Postcards for Peace are included.

Site: Veterans Affairs Canada

Teachers' Resources

Type: Document

This resource contains a directory of links meant to assist educators in teaching children about Canada's involvement in the various wars in which it has participated. The links lead to a variety of topics focused on remembrance and are appropriate for children of varying ages.

Site: Veterans Affairs Canada