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This video tutorial shows you how to make a simple pop pop boat (putt putt boat) out of house hold items. How to Make a Static Electricity Generator—Shock Anything and Fry Electronics with Just a Touch! October 20, 2014 by Sara McClure 4 Comments If you're new here, you may want to subscribe to my RSS feed. While the paint was drying, Jonah was in charge of measuring lines with a ruler on a piece of cardstock and coloring the red stripes on the viking boat sail.
Once the edges were reinforced, I used my scissors to poke a hole through the top and bottom in the center of the sail. To make the oars, I used a single hole punch to punch three holes in each side of the boat.

Next, we threaded three barbeque skewers into the holes and used some brown craft foam hot glued to each end to form the paddle on the oar. To make the dragon head on the front of the viking boat, I folded a piece of brown craft foam in half and roughly cut a dragon profile. I just love the whole viking post and the viking ship is an awesome idea for kids, just love it! I used a skinny, but sturdy cardboard tube that was recycled from a package of glow sticks. Using hot glue along the top and bottom edges, I reinforced the viking sail with barbeque skewers. Thanks for visiting!While learning about Vikings during our Viking Unit Study, the kids wanted to make a Viking ship.

Using some common household materials and some recycled materials, we came up with a Viking Ship Craft that has been played with over and over and extended their learning through small world play. I often find the kids, mainly Jonah, pretending Lego men are Erik the Red on a voyage or Leif Erickson on his way to North America.

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