Pirate writing activities ks1

Counting up to 20 This resource allows your class to develop their counting skills.

pirate music lesson

Why did pirates use maps and how do we go about drawing them? They are so easy to make and help the kids slip into the role of any pirate character they like First we got some sheets of black paper.

Good luck! You should now have something that looks like a pirate hat! You'll need to raid the gym cupboard though for this task and get your hands on one of those long planks or even better a long wooden bench.

The powerpoint explores a few well known pirates and includes questions and answers.

Pirate description year 2

Literacy Ideas Choosing a teaching theme that the kids will get excited about is one of the most important tasks a teacher has to do. They might come up with far more interesting questions but whatever it is let them do some research for themselves. So, we are all pirates and we have some special booty that we want to hide on an island until we need to use it. The kids can then paint or colour with felt tip the handle end. You should now have something that looks like a pirate hat! Do the same with the other corner. You will need to cut out of stiff card the shape of a dagger and cover the knife end with foil. So the pirate ship made, some great additions to the dressing up box added to ,you can start on the hard stuff! Counting up to 20 This resource allows your class to develop their counting skills. Instruct the children to go to the hook first, then sword etc. Safe from other pirates and all those people after us. Next you need to cut a small cross out of the base of the beaker [you might need to help with this bit] and poke the foil through. A dagger for their imaginative play! Clever stuff! The side is too high!

It was much too advanced to read to them but we enjoyed looking at all the pictures and it allowed them to decide on the kind of 'pirate stuff' they would like to make. Clever stuff! Suddenly there was a loud cry. So by wearing a patch over one eye all the time they could switch it from one eye to another depending where they were.

Safe from other pirates and all those people after us. These are just a few ideas — there are many more!

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Pirate resources for EYFS, KS1 and KS2