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After reading How I Became a Pirate by Melinda Long and David Shannon for our David Shannon author study. Yes the sail moves up and down! And yes, there is a huge anchor in the back!

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nog een leuke piraat dat de kleuters zelf maken.

There Be Pirates

Mark Making in Sand With "Parrot" Feathers (from Stimulating Learning With Rachel)

Sail boat / pirate ship in dramatic play Ship wheel: cardboard cut out, wrapping paper tube (and Knut bolt and washer to make it spin) Sail: wrapping paper and tubes large roll paper Inflatable tubes, pails and shovels, fish and fishing poles, towels, leis and paper towel roll binoculars/telescopes

Sight Word Activity: Pirate Doubloons Treasure Hunt

Het lied van Woeste Willem

Extra tekenopdracht voor leerlingen die sneller klaar zijn tijdens de les beeld.

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A Pirate Role Play Area! Complete with a mast, sail, helm, portholes, canons and an anchor. Inside, there is a 'Treasure Island' where children can sail to and find the buried treasure!

pirates- Write numbers on plastic treasure chests and count the correct number of gold pieces into each one.