The Great Pirate workbook ages 3+

The Great Pirate workbook ages 3+

Our Pirate workbook is filled with Pirate fun facts, Pirate crafts, and many fun things to do.

What a Pirate is really like:

When most of us imagine pirates, we picture the pirates that we see in movies. Not everything that we learn about pirates from the movies is true, but some of it is. The kind of pirates that we see in movies sailed the between 200 and 500 years ago.

Pirate word search
Pirate Word Search

How did a Pirate live:

Pirates lived on their ships. The ships were very crowded and there wasn’t really even enough room for all of the pirates to sleep when they went below deck. Because they all lived on the ship, no one really took a bath so it was really, really stinky. During the day, pirates worked very hard keeping the ship clean and fixing things that got broken during storms or fights with other ships.

Pirate Compass

Facts about a Pirate:

A pirate is a robber who travels by water. Though most pirates targeted ships, some also launched attacks on coastal towns. We often think of pirates as swashbuckling and daring or evil and brutish, but in actual fact most of them were ordinary people who had been forced to turn to criminal activity to make ends meet.

Pirate Doubloons
Pirate Doubloons

Were women Pirates also:

Most pirates were men. In fact, it was traditionally believed to be bad luck to have a woman on board a pirate vessel. We do know of a few women who were also pirates.  Three women-turned-pirates with connections to the United States are Anne Bonny, Mary Critchett, and Rachel Wall.

Pirate Mask
Pirate Mask

How does a Pirate say goodbye!

Ahoy. Ahoy is the most versatile pirate word used in movies and books. Sailors use it to call to other ships, greet each other, warn of danger, or say goodbye

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