Remembrance Day is 11th November every year - the day that WW1 ended. It's also known as Armistice Day. Many people wear a red poppy in honour of those who fought for our country. Poppies are a symbol because they grew all over the battlefields in Northern France and Flanders.
We worked together to create a tribute in memory of all those who fought in WW1.
We used tissue paper to create a shadow of Tommy, we cut out poppies and we painted crosses. Next, we painted the background of our display, then added on all of the detail.
We were all very proud of our team work!