Monday, 24 April 2017

Anzac Day


What do you already know about ANZAC day? ANZAC day is a special day for those who have fought back in the day and those who have died fighting for our country here in New Zealand and Australia.

What would you like to learn about ANZAC day? ( make sure that you investigate this!)
  • All the weapons they used in the war

What does ANZAC stand for?
  • ANZAC stands for Australian and New Zealand Army Corps

Who are the ANZACs?
  • The ANZACs are the Australian and New Zealand soldiers

When is ANZAC day? Why do we remember the ANZAC’s on this day?
  • ANZAC day occurs on the 25th of April. It is celebrated on this day because that was when the Australian and New Zealand soldiers landed in Gallipoli.

Where did the ANZACs land in 1915? The soldiers landed in Gallipoli Peninsula

Why did the ANZACs want to go to the Gallipoli Peninsula?
  • So the allied navies  could go to the Black sea

How do we commemorate (or remember) ANZAC day?
  • We wear Poppies
  • Have Memorial Services
  • Have Dawn Parades

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1 comment:

  1. Tena Koe Telesia,

    Well done for investigating ANZAC day! It is a day for all kiwis and Australians to look back at our history and remember those who fought in the war. Did you find out about the weapons that the ANZACs used in WW1?


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