One year I put their picture on the front of their “Where's my Gold” mini book! This story is in my Pirate Pack available on tpt.
Here are two of my Favorite books to read! The book Do Pirates take Baths? we turned into a mini book for a Literacy centers activity.
The majority of our Pirate week was completed during literacy centers! We even wore Pirate hats during write room!
These are the cute little guys who graced the covers of our books this year! The patterns are also in my Pirate Pack!
We used pirate writing sticks to help us with our stories. I don’t have a picture of them cut out but you print them on cardstock, cut out and hot glue a skewer to the back (pointed side in the glue) then put in a vase or pot and my little pirates used them in their writing. Here is her link for the freebie
These are some samples of some Pirate bulletin boards I have done in the past!The treasure chests are made from paper bags painted brown. Inside is a message of what they would buy with their gold. The writing frame is included in my Pirate Pack linked above.
Just for fun we added metallic pipe cleaners for earrings!Pirate Stew is Good For You! These patterns are included in my Oceans of Fun available on TPT.
This Jolly Pirate graph, graphed our favorite sea creatures.
News paper Pirate hats! We listed all kinds of Pirate names like “Peg Leg Peter” and “Princess Pearl” and of course a few were a bit more gory “Pirate Bloody Eye” and “Pirate Saw Leg”!
The last time I had an Ocean Open House we made this fun poster for our classroom door.
These little guys are the cutest ever! My team mate who teaches TK made these tp roll pirates. They are a riot! They even include real lace shirts and plastic cocktail swords! Inside is their writing about what they would buy with their treasure.
We ended the week with Pirate Pancakes!Yummy X marks the spot with a gold coin!
My Little pirates also enjoyed wring to each other during literacy centers!