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Add these printable activities to your pirate theme preschool plans. Celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day or add them to your Letter of the Week lessons.
You don’t have to wait for Talk Like a Pirate Day to add some pirate activities to your preschooler’s day. Add the to your beach theme or ocean theme studies. Study pirates during your Letter of the Week: Pp activities. Or, use them any day if you’ve got a little one who loves all things pirate.
These pirate theme printables are perfect for preschoolers. With a focus on a variety of literacy and math skills, you can fit these activities into your preschool day all year long.
Pirate Theme Printables
Engage your preschoolers with these printable activities. Inside this pack of pirate worksheets for preschool, you’ll find the following learning activities:
• What begins with P?: Trace the letter P. Name the pictures that start with P, and then cut/paste them in the squares.
• Trace the Lines: Trace the lines from left to write. If you laminate these pages, kids can use them again and again using a dry erase marker.
• Cutting Practice: Cut along the lines from the bottom of the page to the top.
• P is for Pirate: Practice tracing P, p, and pirate.
• Counting Practice: Count the items in each set and write the numeral in the box.
• Which One is Different?: Circle the image in each row that is different from the rest. This is great visual discrimination practice.
• I Spy: Count how many of each image is on the page. Write the number in the box.
• Trace the Words: Name the pictures, and then trace the words.
• 3-Part Cards: Use the 3-part cards to pirate-themed items. One set of cards has the image and name of each object. The second has a picture of the item and a name strip. This set is designed to be cut into two pieces – the image and the name. Preschoolers can match the name to the image and then check their work with the full cards.
• How Many Syllables? Clip Cards: Cut apart the clip cards. There are six to a page. Have your preschoolers say the words allowed focusing on the number of syllables in each word. Use paper clips or clothespins to identify the correct answer.
• Count and Clip Cards: Cut apart the clip cards. There are six to a page. Count the item(s) featured on each card. Use paper clips or clothespins to identify the correct answer.
• Beginning Sounds Clip Cards: Cut apart the clip cards. There are six to a page. Have your preschoolers way the words allowed focusing on the sound they hear at the beginning of each word. Use paper clips or clothespins to identify the correct answer.
• What Comes Next?: Cut out the images at the bottom of the page. Glue the correct one in the boxes to finish each pattern.
• Color Me: Color the treasure chests according to the color word in each box.
• Number Order Puzzle: Cut apart the puzzle. Have students reassemble in number order.
• Letter Hunt: Identify all P’s and p’s in the grid.
•Find the Match: Find the image in each row that matches the featured image.
• Big or Small: Work on visual discrimination skills by identifying big and small.
• Matching: Draw a line to match the pairs.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT WEATHER
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool pirate books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore. If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
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