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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!


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.