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A very easy sailboat to make from a plastic lid, a straw, paper, and modeling clay.
Worksheets and Coloring Activities:
Tiny Picture Dictionary
A short, printable picture dictionary of pirate words -- for early readers. The student cuts out the pages, staples them together, then writes each word in the tiny book. The words are: anchor, cannon, chest, coins, map, parrot, pirate, hook, ship, sword, and write another pirate word.
Cut-and-Paste Picture Dictionary
A short, printable picture dictionary of pirate words -- for early readers. The words are: anchor, cannon, chest, coins, map, parrot, pirate, hook, ship, sword, and write another pirate word.
The Jolly Roger: A Pirate Flag
Go to a blackline master (printout) of a skull-and-bones pirate flag.
Pirate Flag: Draw and Write
Draw a picture of a pirate flag and write about it. Describe what it looks like, explain why you chose the images you did and what they mean -- for young writers.
Treasure Chest: Draw and Write
Draw a picture of a treasure chest and write about it. Describe what it looks like, what is in the chest, and why they are treasures -- for young writers.
Sea Creature: Draw and Write
Draw a picture of a creature that lives in the sea, then write about it -- for young writers.
Write Eight Pirate-Related Words
Think of and write eight pirate-related words. Then, for each word, write a sentence containing the word. Sample answers: ship, treasure, sword, mast, captain, crew, doubloon, buccaneer.
Draw and Compare Boats
Draw two boats and then answer simple questions comparing them, for example, "Which boat would be faster?"
Finish the Sentence 'X'
Finish the sentence and illustrate it - X. The sentence starts, "On the pirate's map, X marks the exact spot where..."
Pirate Map: Follow the Instructions
Color a pirate map according to simple directions, such as, "The pirate then walked 25 miles south. Mark this path in orange." Or go to the answers.
Match Pirate Words and Pictures
Match 10 pirate vocabulary words to their pictures. The words are: pirate, ship, flag, parrot, map, sword, treasure chest, cannon, coins, island. Or go to the answers.
I Can Color Pirate Words
Color pirate-related words, including pirate, map, cannon, treaure chest, coins, ship, island, flag, parrot, sword.
I Can Draw Pirate-Related Items
Draw and color pirate-related words, including treasure chest, pirate, pirate ship, map, coins, cannon, island, pirate flag, parrot, sword.
Circle the Correctly-Spelled Pirate Words
Circle the correct spelling of pirate words, and then color the picture of the words. The words are ship, map, pirate, flag, parrot, cannon, island, sword, chest, coins.
Pirate Spelling Word Questions
Use the list of pirate spelling words to answer simple questions. Words: pirate, ship, seas, cannon, steal, treasure, plank, parrot, eyepatch, mast, cutlass, captain. Or go to the answers.
Missing Letters in Pirate Words
Find the missing letters in pirate words, and then color the picture of the word. The words are flag, ship, map, pirate, chest, parrot, cannon, coins, sword, island.
Unscramble Pirate Words
Unscramble the pirate words, and then color the pictures of the words. The words are flag, ship, map, pirate, chest, parrot, cannon, coins, sword, island.
Put 10 Pirate Words in Alphabetical Order - Worksheet
Put 10 pirate-related words in alphabetical order. The words are: parrot, spyglass, cutlass, ship, pegleg, bandana, captain, crew, scar, treasure. Go to the answers.
Which Senses Do You Use? Pirate
A printable worksheet on which senses we use to examine objects, with a chart to fill in. Describe how you sense each object. If you don't use a sense for an object, put an "X" in that box. Objects: sword, parrot, map, cannon, and pick another object.
Pirate Definition - Multiple Choice Comprehension Quiz
Answer 8 multiple-choice questions on the definition of pirate; a lesson in using a dictionary. Go to the answers.
Match Each Word to Its Definition
Match each pirate-related word to its definition (printable worksheet). Words: ahoy, aye, captain, doubloon, crow's nest, cutlass, Jolly Roger, landlubber, maroon, mast. Or go to the answers.
Word Hunt Worksheet
How many words can you make using the letters from "Pirate Flag"? Sample answers: fear, rage, peg, leg, ... Go to worksheet with 30 blanks or a worksheet with 50 blanks.
Word Hunt Worksheet
How many words can you make using the letters from "Treasure Chest"? Sample answers: start, charts, star, ... Go to worksheet with 30 blanks or a worksheet with 50 blanks.
Pirate Word Pieces Puzzle
In this puzzle, combine pairs of word segments to make pirate spelling words. Words: buccaneer, cannon, captain, cutlass, doubloons, island, parrot, pegleg, plank, rigging, sword, treasure, turtle. Or go to the answers.
Use the word bank to find synonyms of words describing pirate-related words. Words: ocean/sea, buccaneer/pirate, musket/gun, cutlass/sword, steal/rob, boat/ship, battle/fight, hello/ahoy, yes/aye, pursue/chase. Or go to the answers.
Find a Pirate Word for Each Letter
See if you can think of and write down a pirate word or phrase for each letter of the alphabet. Or go to a sample answer page.
Pirates: Write a Question for Each Answer
In this worksheet, the student is given a series of short answers using pirate-related words. For each answer, the student writes a short question.
Subtract, then Decode the Riddle
Solve the subtraction problems, then use the alphabet code to answer the pirate riddle, "How much did the pirate pay for his earrings?" Answer - A buccaneer. Or go to the answer page.
What Am I? Pirate Items
For each pirate-related picture, choose the word that best describes it. Or go to the answers.
List of Pirate Words
This is a word bank of pirate-related words.
Choose the Apt Pirate-Related Adjective
For each item, underline the adjective that best describes it. Or go to the answers.
Pirate: Job Application
Answer the questions below to apply for a job as a pirate. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet.
Online dot-to-dot puzzle using numbers.
Sailing Words in Many Languages:
The Sailboat in English
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The Sailboat in French
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The Sailboat in German
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The Sailboat in Italian
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The Sailboat in Spanish
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The Ship in English
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The Ship in French
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The Ship in German
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The Ship in Italian
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The Ship in Spanish
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