Pirate Math Worksheets
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Aye, matey! It be International Pirate Month, and what better way to celebrate than wit’ some fun pirate math worksheets?
These pirate preschool theme printables be perfect for preschoolers who are just starting to learn about numbers and counting. Arrrr ye ready for some learning?
You can use these worksheets to help your preschoolers practice counting from 1-10 and also to recognize numbers up to 10. Just print them out and you’re ready to go!
Your little pirate is sure to love working on these, and before you know it they’ll be counting like a pro.
Arrrgh, matey! Let the pirate math fun begin!
Looking for some great free preschool printables? You’ve come to the right place!
Just print them out and you’re ready to start learning. Whether you’re a parent or teacher, get started with these free math worksheets today!
International Pirate Month Activities
Ahoy, mateys! August is International Pirate Month, and there’s no better way to celebrate than with one or more of these preschool activities. Arrrr ye ready for some fun?
First up, ye need to dress the part. Break out the eye patches, bandanas, and parrots – it’s time to get into character. And don’t forget to talk like a pirate! Arrrr, matey.
Once ye be lookin’ like a proper pirate, it’s time to find some treasure. Go on a hunt around the house or yard, and see what ye can find. Ye might be surprised at what turns up.
After ye’ve found yer treasure, it’s time to make yer own map. Trace the outline of yer house or backyard, and then draw in all the places where ye found yer treasure. Be sure to include any secret hiding spots!
Arrrr ye ready for International Pirate Month? With these preschool activities, ye be sure to have a swashbuckling good time.
Pirate Math Worksheets
These worksheets are so much fun for preschoolers! They’re a fun way for little ones to practice math and fine motor skills with adorable pirate graphics on each page.
Preschool Addition Practice
It’s never too early to start learning math! Addition is a fundamental math concept, and preschoolers can benefit from some addition practice.
This printable includes a worksheet featuring five simple addition problems each with pictures to aid preschoolers in their work.
With a little practice, your preschooler will be an addition pro in no time!
Count and Graph Worksheet
Arrrrrr you ready to set sail on a pirate adventure? In this count and graph worksheet, your child will get practice counting objects and creating a graph.
Children will count the objects in the box, and fill in the box for each column. This pirate-themed worksheet is a fun way to help your child learn about data interpretation!
On this worksheet, children will read the number word on each barrel. Then, they’ll write that numeral in the circle under each one.
This is a great way to have preschoolers practice their reading skills and forming numerals 1-10 properly.
Find and Color
This pirate-themed number recognition worksheet is the perfect way to help your little one learn their numbers 1-10.
Simply color in the pirate flags according to the key. Afterwards, they can show off their work by hanging it up on the fridge for all to see.
Who knows, maybe this worksheet will be the start of a lifelong love of numbers for your little pirate!
This pirate-themed subtraction worksheet is perfect for little ones who are just starting to learn about taking away.
They’ll be gaining valuable practice in an essential math skill. So print out this worksheet and watch your child set sail towards math success!
Kids will work on counting and one-to-one correspondence as they draw ten pirate gems inside the treasure box.
For added fun, purchase a small pack of plastic gems, call out a number, and have kids add that many gems to the treasure chest.
Pirate Ship Counting
Have preschoolers count the pirate ships in each set and write the corresponding number in the box under each one.
Ahoy, mateys! If you’re looking for some hands-on, engaging activities for your little pirates, we’ve got just the thing. Preschoolers will love these activities!
To start, create a pirate treasure hunt game. Just print and cut out some treasure chests and hide them around the house or yard. The first child to find all the treasures wins!
If you’re feeling crafty, try making these easy pirate puppets. All you need is some construction paper, scissors, and glue. Kids will have a blast putting on their own pirate puppet show.
And no pirate activity would be complete without a treasure hunt! Gather up some old coins, jewelry, or other small treasures and hide them around your house or yard. Then let the kids loose to see who can find the most loot. Arrrr!
BOOKS ABOUT PIRATES
If your kids are looking for some new books to read, why not give them something that’s both educational and entertaining?
Books about pirates are a great option, as they can teach kids about history and culture while also providing plenty of adventure.
There are a number of great pirate books for kids of all ages, so you’re sure to find something that your little ones will enjoy.
A few of our favorites include:
How I Became a Pirate – A young boy named Jeremy joins Captain Braid Beard and learns the finer points of living a pirate life.
Pirates Love Underpants – This laugh-out-loud Underpants adventure is full of pirates, sharks, and treasure. You’ll be yo-ho-ho-ing with hilarity until the pirates conclude their zany expedition!
Captain LaPlank: The Perfect Pirate – This rhyming pirate adventure tells the hilarious story of a pirate captain who demands perfection of himself and his crew—until one by one, his crew begins making minor mistakes and are quickly shown to the plank!
So put on your eyepatch and get ready for some swashbuckling fun—these books are sure to be a hit with your young pirates!
Fun Pirate Activity Ideas
If you’re potty training your little pirate, he or she will love tracking their progress on this printable reward chart.
Pirate Funny Barrel is a fun game the whole family can enjoy. Who can put all their swords in the slots without waking the pirate?
Preschoolers can work on visual discrimination with these Pirate Printables: Same or Different.
Print these pirate handwriting practice pages so your preschoolers can practice their handwriting on Talk Like a Pirate Day.
These pirate math worksheets are perfect for preschoolers who are just starting to learn about numbers and counting.
The printables include a variety of activities, from writing numerals and counting objects to solving simple addition problems.
Each sheet is designed to help kids develop basic skills in math while having fun at the same time. Be sure to check out our other free printable worksheets for more learning fun!