VE Day 75th anniversary Friday 8th May
VE Day is Friday 8th May and although we are at home, we can celebrate and find out about what this special 75th anniversary means. Join in with VE Day celebrations at home. Try making VE day bunting and display it in your window. Find out the history of your great grandparents or further back, how were they involved in World War 2 and if/how they celebrated VE day? Find out facts about VE day, what does it mean? How did people celebrate VE day including the Queen! Create a 1940's style VE day news report. Make some VE Day recipes, have a VE Day at home tea party and raise a glass at 3pm for the VE Day toast.
Please share all your activities on our Twitter account @KibblesworthA using the below hashtags.
You can also send your photos and activities to your class teachers.
- Newsround- What is VE Day?
- Imperial War Museum- 10 photos of VE Day
- Bunting template.pdf
- How to make your bunting .pdf
- VE Day Information Powerpoint.pptx
- Wartime Recipe Booklet.pdf
- Spitfire Glider.pdf
- Design a VE Day Medal.pdf
- VE Day Colouring Page.pdf
- VE Day Party Planning Sheet.pdf
- Lancaster Bomber Paper Model.pdf
- VE Day Teacup Design.pdf
- English Heritage- VE Day
- VE Day recipes, songs and dances.pdf