Commemorate Anzac Day this April, with these abstract poppy templates and posters. Engage students creatively and produce unique colorful artworks and Anzac Day displays for your classroom.
A selection of poppy art activity worksheet options are included to appeal to students of all artistic abilities.
- Colored Anzac Day posters to print out and display on the bulletin board
- ‘Hidden poppy’ poster template
- ‘Abstract’ poppy coloring sheets
- Draw your own poppy template
- Simple poppy template
- Colored bookmarks to print and distribute
- Color your own bookmark template
- Three completed examples are included to give you ideas, using watercolor paints, oil pastels and marker pens
What materials will I need?
- Print onto card stock/heavyweight paper for the best results
- Choose from or combine watercolor paints, marker pens, oil pastels
- String and pegs if you would like to make a poppy garland
- Templates can be are ready to print on A4 size paper and use Australian spelling ‘colour’.
You might also like to view these engaging art activities for April and May:
Happy teacher feedback
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Fiona C says,
‘This is such a great resource for Anzac Day. We discussed tones of red and green, the importance of the poppy and remembering our fallen, as well as the definition for purple, red and white poppies and what they mean. My students loved this activity. The final product was mounted on black card for display.’
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Sandy B says,
‘Fabulous ANZAC activity, a contemporary alternative to the usual red poppy. All the different colouring combinations creates an artistic display.’
⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️ Cipher and Co says,
‘I purchased this pack for the watercolour poppy art activity and was impressed with the additional activities – such a comprehensive and value-for-money pack presented in great detail. Thank you!’
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