Ahoy there mateys!
Here are a few things in the classroom that my little pre-K pirates have been exploring!
Our pirate song, to the tune of "This old man."
This pirate has a hat, where a skull and crossbones sat. With an ar, ar, ar and an aye matey, this pirate sailed on the sea.
This pirate with a patch, sailed the sea without a scratch. With an ar, ar, ar and an aye matey, this pirate sailed on the sea.
X marks the spot on the treasure map!
Shells and treasure have been added to the sand table, as well as some sweet colored sand.
We put our pirates and the ship into the water table!
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We built a pirate ship from a cardboard box!
Complete with a steering wheel that really turns and a mermaid on the front! haha!
We added the balance beam into our dramatic play area to walk the plank! We attached the anchor with a paper chain so that the children can move it in and out of the boat. We cut the anchor out of cardboard and covered it with tin foil for a more realistic look. We added costumes, bandanas, maps, gold coins, and more for a creative and fun area!