This pirate coloring page features the infamous Captain Hook, the surliest, saltiest captain in Neverland!
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.
Arr, it's time to find some pirate treasure! Kids get practice with three-digit counting as they fill in the missing numbers to find the treasure chest.
Craft a pirate telescope using an old paper towel roll, and get ready for some goofy pirate adventures!
Looks like this pirate has been the victim of a practical joke -- someone made off with his treasure!
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!
This coloring page features a pirate who needs your child's help to add color to the swashbuckling scene.
This Blackbeard the Pirate coloring page features the most fearsome pirate of the high seas! Bring him to life with color.
Has your preschooler ever wanted to be a pirate? This fun activity will put her healthy imagination into action!
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.
Shiver me timbers! It's a pirate word search, perfect for your budding buccaneer.