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      Preschool Crafts for Kids*: Thanksgiving Day Mayflower Handprint Boat Craft- do on a long piece of paper with 3 ships for Columbus Day

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      Hand Print Kids Craft - Pirate/Mayflower Ship!

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      Tips from a Typical Mom: Columbus Day Preschool Theme Ideas or Jesus in the boat

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      Columbus Day and Thanksgiving Craft for Kids hand print boat

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