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Talk Like a Pirate Day

Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
Talk Like a Pirate Day
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Ahoy Me Hearties! Are you ready for Talk Like a Pirate Day?! This resource will help you plan a fun and educational Talk Like a Pirate Day for your class. It includes:

12 math problem posters to use for a treasure hunt around your school
Student response sheet
Answer key
Sample message in a bottle letter
Message in a bottle graphic organizer

Suggested directions for using this resource:

Math Problem Treasure Hunt: X Marks the Spot!
Hang the 12 math problems throughout your school. Mark the location of each problem with an X on a map of your school. Group students into groups of 3. Provide students with a map of the school and a record sheet. Students locate the problems at each spot (marked by an X of course!) and solve the problem on their record sheets. Meet back at the room and check answers. Please note that problem # 9 has no solution. It drives the kids crazy!
For an alternative activity, hang the problems in your hallway for a carousel math activity.

Friendly Letter Writing Activity: A Message in a Bottle
Read sample letter and discuss parts of a friendly letter.
Students will create a letter in a bottle pretending to be a shipwrecked pirate. A graphic organizer is provided. Completed letters get rolled up, secured with a bit of tape, and placed in an empty 2 liter soda bottle. After all students have completed the letters, scatter the bottles all over the playground. Students pick up 1 bottle with a classmate’s letter. After reading the letter in the bottle, students will write a response to their shipwrecked classmate. Original bottles are returned, and students read the responses. You may want to consider exchanging bottles with another class or classes. Students will simply need to write their room # on their bottle and letter.

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19 pages
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