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1. Use Crayola® Crayons, colored pencils, or markers to decorate the ship's hull and sail. If you rub a lot of crayon wax on the bottom and sides of the hull, the ship could float in water. Use different designs on your sail to display what kind of ship it is. For example, Christopher Columbus displayed a cross on his ships' flags. Pirates are known for their skull and cross bones sails. 2. Cut out the hull and fold up along the dotted lines. Use tape to attach the flaps together. 3. Cut…

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Spain Scott #424 (29 Sep 1930) Bow of Santa María. This stamp is in a set of 16 (Scott #418-32, E8) in tribute to Christopher Columbus. The stamps were privately produced and the Spanish Postal Authorities placed them on sale for only three days. There are many so-called “errors” of color & perforation.

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Mixed Media Columbus Day Craft

Make this gorgeous Mixed Media Columbus Day Craft after learning about early explorers and American History. Fun fall kids craft and American history craft for kids. #sponsored

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These upcycled cardboard ships are great educational toys that you and your kids can make together!

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Replica of Christopher Columbus ship. Sooo tiny and like a bobbing cork. (E.D.) before 31 October 1451 – 20 May 1506) was an explorer, navigator, and colonizer, born in the Republic of Genoa, in what is today northwestern Italy.

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I found this great ship that's labeled. Too bad the kids didn't find it as fascinating as I did. At least they enjoyed drawing their own!

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Paper Boat: {Easy} Thanksgiving Craft

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♒♒⛵>Vikings< ⚓ >Walhalla< ♐ GW4,Raid5,GC6,GB7 ♒♒⛵ discussion on Kongregate

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Christopher Columbus Sink or Swim GAME

"Sink or Swim" game with Christopher Columbus! Your students will love playing this game to show off what they know about Christopher Columbus.

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Christopher Columbus 'was son of Polish king'

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Saw these precious Mayflower boats on First Grade Parade and just had to do them with my Firsties! They LOVED them! This project is definitely making it onto my November calendar for next year!

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