Do you have a little pirate adventurer at home? Don’t miss these preschool pirate learning activities for your next adventure day.
When I was growing up, we had Peter Pan, Blackbeard, and Treasure Island to whet our appetite for adventure.
These days, there are untold numbers of books, movies, and games all about pirates and their adventures.
Some of those stories are about girl pirates who save the day!
Your pretend pirate boys and girls will love these pirate worksheets.
The first page of this printable is versatile.
Invite your child to color the pirate hat. The spaces below can be used as a writing prompt or to practice writing their name or just letters.
The “P” is for pirate page gives your child lots of practice for tracing the letter “P.” There is a fun maze built into the capital letter!
The maze page asks your child to help guide the pirate ship to the treasure chest. Watch out for the octopus and the shark!
You’ll also find counting, patterns, and tracing practice pages.
Don’t miss the build-your-own pirate activity!
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