Ahoy, matey! This book companion is designed to accompany Melinda Long’s book “How I Became a Pirate.” This packet can also stand alone as pirate themed speech and language activities – just toss the comprehension cards aside!
Comprehension Questions: Student draws a card and answers the comprehension question. Draw a special card and lose all your cards!
Story Map: Students will use this visual guide to aid in story retelling. Print in black/white and send home for a homework page – have students retell the story to one family member or friend.
Pirate Pronouns: Student draws a card and fills in the blank with the correct pronoun. If student draws treasure, they get an extra turn! Student with the most cards wins.
Ahoy, temporal directions: Student draws a card and follows the direction; if student draws a pirate rat they lose their cards! Student with the most cards wins.
Riddle Me Timbers: Student draws a card and SLP reads the riddle. If student is correct they get to keep the card. Student with the most cards wins. Riddles are inspired by the book!
Aarrgh Articulation: 3 no prep sheets for initial, medial, and final /r/
Pirate Language: NO PREP pages for pronouns, plurals, and categories. Directions listed on each interactive worksheet.
Please check out the preview to see more examples of cards and a peek at the NO PREP activities.
Download is 27 pages long. Please ask any questions!
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