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Pirate activities

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Ahoy matey, shiver me timbers, this is one fun pirate word search and that's no hornswaggle.  Learn the lingo and have a good time on Puzzles to Print.

Ahoy matey, shiver me timbers, this is one fun pirate word search and that's no hornswaggle. Learn the lingo and have a good time on Puzzles to Print.

Invitation Carte au Trésor pour Anniversaire Chasse au Trésor

Il y a une dizaine de jours, j'ai organisé une fête pirate pour mes 2 garçons afin de leur permettre de passer un moment sympa avec leurs...

Daveswordsofwisdom.com: What Be YOUR Pirate Name?

It's easy to find your Pirate name. You take the first letter of your first name, the last letter of your first name and the first letter of your Surname and arrrrrrr - you got YOUR pirate name. Have a go and share some fun with your family and friends.

ourhomecreations: Letter X preschool activites

This week's preschool letter was "X." We did X for x-ray and pirate theme for x marks the spot. Here are a few activities I created for my son and I to do this week to go along with our lesson. X is for X marks the spot Pirate Bingo There are eight Bingo sheets. What's different worksheets X marks the spot Treasure hunt In the attachment, you can also just download the pictures so you can create your own treasure hunt. I also had my son find x's along the way and then after he found his…

Early Learning Resources Walk the Plank Pirate Activity

A fun drama/PE activity to help improve physical development. Draw a line along the floor (or use masking tape) and ask the children to walk along it without falling in the ‘sea’.

Learning Ahoy!!: Pirate Week part 2!

classroom tips, teaching ideas & resources for the special education classroom, early childhood, preschool, kindergarten, 1st & 2nd grade, ECSE

Ask children to plot where the treasure is buried on this outline map.

Children imagine a Caribbean island and plot where the treasure is buried on this outline map. Great for your pirates topic.

Pirate Activities: give out gold coin to winners.. at end of the week whoever has the most gets to pick the game

I have some new Printable Pirate Games to share with you from Printable Games A to Z. Pirate parties are…