Saturday, September 29, 2012


In our Medieval travels this year we came across Christopher Columbus.

We found him in:
Mystery of History
 Story of the World

Columbus and Sons

Synge - Discovery of Worlds

Around the World in a Hundred Years

If You Were There in 1492
More books, but very specifically about Christopher Columbus that we also read:
 This last one - we started reading, but haven't go to the end - YET.

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And if you know me, you know I just HAD to go and make some worksheets / printables.   That's why I am 'The Paper Maid'.  There HAS to be some paper in there somewhere.

A color cover page.

A few describe / what we know about ( insert - Columbus, King Ferdinand, Queen Isabella ) worksheets.
Some writing paper.

And out of the blue - with nothing to do with Columbus at all, I threw in some Homophone work.
There are 7 pages of Homophones.

And a couple of pages to practice using said homophones.

And just in case your kiddos are all written out, they could just cut up a page of homophones and glue them back together again.
And the best part is that this little packet is currently FREE - for a limited time.  Just click any picture to go and get yourself a copy.

Thanks for visiting.

 Oh, and for fun I'm linking up with Teaching Fourth again this week.  I hope you will join us.


  1. I love your printables! Thanks for linking up!


  2. These printables are great. I have some friends with kids who are going to love these Christopher Columbus ones. Thanks so much.

    - Ben Gill (Element Paints)


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