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Pirate Crafts

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Sailing Ship on crayola.com

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 out the sail. 4. Ask an adult to help you punch a hole in the top and bottom of the sail. Slide a straw through the holes. 5. Attach the bottom of the straw to the inside of the hull with glue, tape, or Model Magic®.

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Los 10 mejores tutoriales para hacer tu sombrero de Halloween

10 Diferentes tipos de sombrero que seguro se ajustan a tu disfraz.

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Pirate Pretend Play

I like Pretend Play it keeps the kids busy for a while, away from their iPads and barely costs me anything. So I decided to create some Pir...

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Alphabet Crafts - Letter H

Yesterday my four year old and I had some fun with the letter H. We made a paper Hat, and we did a little letter H printing practice. Who doesn't love an old fashioned paper hat? Keep reading for the step by step instructions... and lots of letter H fun! To make the paper hat: 1) Let your child pick his/her favorite color of construction paper, and tape four pieces together to create one large rectangle. 2) Fold the paper in half lengthwise. 3) Fold the top corners down so that they meet in the middle. 4) Turn up the bottom flap, flip over, and do the same on the other side. 5) Have the child decorate that hat with crayons, markers, or stickers. That's it! Cute, right? After our craft, we did a little printing practice. If you want to practice printing the letter H with your little one, you can right-click on the picture below, save it to your computer, and print it. I made some hot chocolate as a special "h" snack for my little guy to enjoy while he practiced writing the letter H. If you are looking for more letter H crafts, why not make a house out of a letter H? Use construction paper for the roof, door, and chimney. Then, add a button for a doorknob. It's also fun to decorate the letter H with "Halloween" stickers and "hearts". Fun, right? Next up... the letter "I"! ♥ Gina Bell (aka East Coast Mommy) Find more alphabet crafts here.

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Newspaper Pirate Hat

Remember this one from your childhood? A Newspaper Pirate Hat is a must for any young pirate! This is an easy and inexpensive Pirate Craft for Kids!

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