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Columbus Day Activities
Columbus Day for Christopher Columbus.
Columbus Day - Coloring Pages
Columbus Day - Cut and Paste
Columbus Day - Tracing
Columbus Day - Reading Pages
Columbus Day- Christopher Columbus - Pages
Columbus Day -Page 1 Cover page
Columbus Day -Page 2 Color Christopher Columbus. Trace "Christopher Columbus"
Columbus Day - Page 3 Color Christopher Columbus. Unscramble the words explorer, Columbus, was, and an to form the sentence "Columbus was an explorer"
Columbus Day - Page 4 Color King Ferdinand. Trace King Ferdinand
Columbus Day - Page 5 Color Queen Isabella. Trace Queen Isabella.
Columbus Day - Page 6 Sentence to read: King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella gave Columbus money for the ships.
Columbus Day - Pages -8 Cut and paste the missing words (Sentence from page 6)
Columbus Day - Page 9 Color the picture of the Santa Maria ship. Trace the word Santa Maria.
Columbus Day - Page 10. Color the picture of the Pinta ship. Trace the word Pinta.
Columbus Day - Page 11 Color the picture of the Nina (ñ - en-yeh) ship. Trace the word Nina (ñ - en- yeh)
Columbus Day - Pages 12- 13 Color the picture. Cut and paste the missing words to complete the sentence "Columbus had three ships". Cut and paste the 3 ships.
Columbus Day - Page 14 Color the picture. Trace the words "New World"
Columbus Day - Page 15 Color the picture. Sentence to read "Columbus landed in the Bahamas on October 12, 1492"
Columbus Day - Pages 16-17 Color the picture. Cut and paste the missing words to complete the sentence "Columbus landed in the Bahamas on October 12, 1492."
Option 1: You can have your kids do all the activity pages to learn new words.
Option 2: You can let them do pages that are suitable to their level.
NOTE:The pages are instructionless so that you can give your own instructions. You can tell your kids to rainbow trace the words and write the missing words instead of cutting and pasting them in the boxes.
Happy teaching! :)