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…
Many believe that Christopher Columbus was the first to sail the open ocean and reach the Americas. What it not known are the numerous others who had already sailed the journey West, and those who sailed East. The Chinese once had a great fleet that was much larger than those of Europe, not just in the amount of ships, but the size as well. But with Columbus the world started its age of exploration more extensively.
These cootie catchers/ fortune tellers are a great way for students to have fun while learning about the famous European explorers. How to Play and Assembly Instructions are included.These cootie catchers contain the following European explorers: Christopher Columbus, Ferdinand Magellan, John Cabot, Amerigo Vespucci, Juan Ponce de Leon, Henry Hudson, Vasco de Balboa, Leif Erikson
Explorers of the New World #1: Ponce de Leon, John Cabot, Henry Hudson, Balboa
Students will learn about early explorers with Informational Articles and Interactive Activities geared for 2-5th-grade students. It includes information on the following European explorers: John Cabot, Vasco Nunez de Balboa, Juan Ponce de Leon, Christopher Columbus, Henry Hudson, Jacques Cartier.