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All About Pirates!

All About Pirates!
All About Pirates!
All About Pirates!
All About Pirates!
All About Pirates!
All About Pirates!
All About Pirates!
All About Pirates!
Product Description
Ahoy! Ahoy!

This product will help your students learn all about pirates! Your students will learn pirate-related vocabulary terms, pirate facts, a student reader, ABC sort, recording pages, writing pages, activities to learn to talk like a pirate, true/false activities, a map-making activity, treasure activity, and an activity practicing different activities wearing an eye patch.

This is perfect for Talk Like A Pirate Day (or for the whole week) which is September 19th, but it's really great for all year round!

Vocabulary Cards for the following words: Jolly Roger, junks, buccaneers, privateers, compass, navigate, cannon, galley, booty, loot, fleet, and cutlass. Also included is a vocabulary journal for you to include these words or other pirate words that your class finds interesting.

ABC order with pirate words and recording sheet

Graphic organizers (KWL, Can/Have/Are)

True/False card sort with recording sheet

All About Pirates Student Reader

Writing Pages:
How To Be A Buccaneer
How To Talk Like A Pirate
Facts I Learned About Pirates
Pirates I Learned About
All About Pirates
My Pirate Friend
On The Ship, We...
My Day At Sea
Treasure I Want

Map Making Activity- Learn about making a map and then complete a map of their bedroom (with "treasure" hidden). Also includes a writing page to give directions on how to find the treasure.

Blackbeard graphic organizer and writing pages

Talk Like A Pirate Day activities (can be done any day, does NOT have to be done on Talk Like A Pirate Day!)
Vocabulary for how to talk like a pirate, directions on how to talk like a pirate

Treasure Box Activity- Learn what "treasure" means, discuss what is treasure to your students with graphic organizers and writing pages. Activity includes students bringing in an item they treasure to share with the class.

With One Eye... Eye Patch Activity- Your students can practice doing activities such as write, read, walk around the room, etc. with an eye patch on. What is difficult for them with seeing with one eye as opposed to two?

Take a look at the preview to get a look at what is included!

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Total Pages
93 pages
Answer Key
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