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Columbus Day - 10/14/2014

3 Things to Do on Columbus Day Weekend

Columbus Day weekend can be a chance to focus on history and learn a bit about our ancestors.

Make Columbus Day weekend a chance to do something educational that celebrates America’s early history.

Columbus Day weekend can be a chance to focus on history and learn a bit about our ancestors.

Distribute this fun Christopher Columbus word search to elementary school children.

Promote literacy in the classroom with fun word games. Word searches are a great way to help students in grades 3 to 6 learn and remember vocabulary and concepts.

This Columbus Day, incorporate writing activities with topics relating discovery and adventure.

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Celebrate Columbus Day by making your own little Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria out of walnut shells.

Make mini versions of the Nina, Pinta and Santa Maria that really float to celebrate Columbus Day.

Get ready to burn some elbow grease this Columbus Day weekend as you spruce up your home.

Before you know it, the holiday season will be upon us.

Nothing says fall like a foray into an orchard to pick apples on a sunny day.

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Fall is a fantastic time to support local farms and add some delicious produce to your daily menu.

Local produce seems to be plentiful in fall, more so than at any other time of the year.

This Columbus Day, take a minute to learn a few facts about the man of the day.

We all know that Columbus wasn’t really the first person to discover America. But, why does he get the credit? Was Christopher Columbus the hero history paints him as?

Word scrambles are a great way to help students learn and remember vocabulary and concepts related to Columbus Day.

Promote literacy in the classroom with fun word games. Word scrambles are a great way to help students learn and remember vocabulary and concepts.

Make a traditional Native American treat, fry bread. It's such an easy recipe you'll want to make it every day.

When Christopher Columbus arrived in the Americas he was greeted, however cautiously, by the Native Americans who lived there, people whom he mistakenly called Indians.