How To Make A Hickory Mayflower Ship

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 This time of year is perfect for teaching my children the sacrifice that our forefathers made in coming to America.  A fun visual to use when telling the story of the Mayflower journey, is a Mayflower ship made by using hickory nut shells and a few other items easy to find. 

 It’s very simple to do! 

 Join me at the Bulk Herb Store where I’m sharing the instructions! ๐Ÿ™‚



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  1. says

    Hi, Jill. Tried leaving a comment at the other site but it kept telling me there were errors.

    I thought it was a nice project and that they would make nice place cards for a Thanksgiving table. Each person’s name could be written on the sails. Then they could take them home with them.

    • says

      Hmmm – sorry you’re having trouble with the website! I know the Bulk Herb Store is in the process of moving to a new blogging platform, so that may be it.
      Using these at a Thanksgiving table is a great idea! Thanks for sharing! ๐Ÿ™‚

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