[Ebook] ↠ Christopher Columbus and the Age of Exploration for Kids: With 21 Activities Author Ronald A. Reis – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk

Christopher Columbus and the Age of Exploration for Kids: With 21 Activities An NCSS Notable Social Studies Trade Book For Young PeopleChristopher Columbus Is One Of The Most Famous People In World History, Yet Few Know The Full Story Of The Amazing, Resourceful, And Tragic Italian Explorer Christopher Columbus And The Age Of Exploration For Kids Portrays The Admiral Of The Ocean Seas Neither As Hero Nor Heel But As A Flawed And Complex Man Whose Significance Is Undeniably Monumental Kids Will Gain A Fuller Picture Of The Seafarer S Life, His Impact, And The Dangers And Thrills Of Exploration As They Learn About All Four Of Columbus S Voyages To The New World, Not Just His First, As Well As The Year That Columbus Spent Stranded On The Island Of Jamaica Without Hope Of Rescue Students, Parents, And Teachers Will Appreciate The In Depth Discussions Of The Indigenous Peoples Of The New World And Of The Consequences Of Columbus S Voyages The Exchange Of Diseases, Ideas, Crops, And Populations Between The New World And The Old Fun Hands On Activities Illuminate Both The Nautical Concepts Introduced And The Times In Which Columbus Lived Kids Can Tie Nautical KnotsConduct A Blanket Silent TradeMake A CompassSimulate A HurricaneTake Nautical MeasurementsAnd Much

  • Paperback
  • 160 pages
  • Christopher Columbus and the Age of Exploration for Kids: With 21 Activities
  • Ronald A. Reis
  • English
  • 09 April 2017
  • 1613746741

About the Author: Ronald A. Reis

I have been writing professionally for 30 years I started with college textbooks in my field of electronics I then moved on to books on careers For the past ten years I have written non fiction books for kids and young adults, on subjects as varied as African Americans and the Civil War to Christoper Columbus and the Age of Exploration for Kids My newest book, The US Congress for Kids Over 200 Years of Lawmaking, Deal Breaking, and Compromising, to be published by the Chicago Review Press, will be out in November All the best.