Make fishing boats out of cardboard boxes, lay down a blue tarp to make it look like water, use a sand bucket to put the fish in and use those play fishing poles with fish that you get in any toy section at any large super store

Ocean themed classroom examples to do at school to help students explore life under the sea

Walk the Plank  -- sensory and small world play for pirate lovin' kids!  9 MORE pirate sensory play ideas too!!  www.fun-a-day.com

10+ Ideas for Pirate Sensory Play, Me Hearties!

Pretend Play: Walk the Plank - sensory and small world play for pirate lovin' kids.

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Making a small aquarium. You can use a letter box, shoe box lid, etc.

Pirate's Treasure Chest printable - for pirate activity bag. Print on cardstock

Paper Crafts – Pirate’s Treasure Chest

3 dimensionaal knutselen: Zomer tafereel maken op een plastic of papieren bordje

Mini Beach craft : Construct a miniature beach scene on a paper plate with dough, sand, and a jelly ocean! Add other elements that you love about the beach like beach umbrellas, fishes, sea creatures and sand castles.

X Marks the Spot Week: Pirate activities

X Marks the Spot Week: Pirate activities this would be good for the pirate fairy theme (tinker bell)

Casa Maria's Creative Learning Zone

A school needs to be a place for all children, not based on the idea that they are all the same, but that they are all different. -Loris Malaguzzi (founder of the first Reggio Emilia School) - sand on light table

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