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Letter From Columbus to the King and Queen
In this writing worksheet, students write a persuasive letter from Christopher Columbus to King Ferdinand and Queen Isabella. A scroll is provided for the final written letter.
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Persuasive Writing, persuasion, persuasive arguments, the writing process, columbus day, christopher columbus
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