This weekend, the Imperial War Museum is offering offering kids the chance to learn all about the First World War and get engaged in making a poppy of their own.
In this free, drop-in Remembrance Weekend activity, families can 'grow' their own poppy out of paper, wire and recycled military buttons, all the while learning the history of their great-great-grandparents and being taught about the symbolism of the poppy and why it's associated with conflicts and memorials.
This children's activity is a lovely way for families to have fun whilst honouring Remembrance Day.
Suitable for ages 2+
|What||Make a Poppy, Imperial War Museum|
|Where||Imperial War Museum, Lambeth Road, London , SE1 6HZ | MAP|
|Nearest tube||Elephant & Castle (underground)|
07 Nov 15 – 08 Nov 15, 11am – 12.30pm and 2 – 4pm
|Website||Click here for more information via Imperial War Museum|