Ahoy Mateys! Pirates, Pirates, and More Pirates
Third graders will get a kick out of creating their very own pirate paper puppet. Simply color in the pirate, cut out his parts, and attach them together.
Where is that pirate off to riding a T-Rex? Color in the silly dinosaur-pirate scene and let imagination go wild!
Ahoy, matey! Set sail on the open seas with your little swashbuckler and this adorable paper bag pirate puppet. Your child will love this hands-on craft.
Ahoy, mateys! Your child will get in touch with his inner pirate when he makes his own pirate eye patch with this fun activity.
Mix history and fiction and write your own story about what would happen if Captain Hook of "Peter Pan" and Captain Blackbeard met!
Kids help a monkey pirate, drawing a path from the monkey to treasure island by counting and tracing numbers from 1 to 20 on this kindergarten math worksheet.
Planning a pirate party for your kid's birthday? From invitations in a bottle, to homemade telescopes, grub, and plenty of treasure, here are great party ideas.
Has your preschooler ever wanted to be a pirate? This fun activity will put her healthy imagination into action!
Craft a pirate telescope using an old paper towel roll, and get ready for some goofy pirate adventures!
Does your child long to be the next Captain Hook? This great craft activity will provide an invaluable accessory for any costume box: a pirate hook!
What kind of vehicles travel across the ocean? Kids practice counting to 30 as they connect the dots to find out.