Pirate Themed Snacks for Preschool
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Fix one of these pirate themed snacks for preschool during your pirate-themed lessons. They’re perfect for preschool parties, as well!
Whether you’re looking for something fun to add to your preschool pirate activities or you’re planning a pirate-themed birthday party, these snacks are sure to be a hit with your little ones!
Pirate Themed Snacks for Preschool
These pirate theme snacks are perfect for preschoolers! They’ll love helping you make them, and then they’ll delight in gobbling them up.
This tasty treat is perfect to make alongside a read through Pirate’s Perfect Pet. Your kids will love making and eating this parrot snack. Primary Playground
These treasure map pudding bowls are super simple to make, and your little ones will love searching for the treasure “buried” in their snack. Arts & Crackers
If you can make Rice Krispie treats, you’ll love these Pirate Treasure Chest Rice Krispie Treats. You and your preschoolers can make a batch in 5 minutes or less! Lady and the Blog
Fans of Jack and the Neverland Pirates will LOVE making (and eating) a Neverland Pirate Map Pizza for dinner! Wonderland Recipes
Your pirate-themed activities won’t be complete without one of these four Pirate Cupcakes. You’ll find gold doubloon, pirate, pirate ship, and treasure chest cupcakes. It’s Always Autumn
Use a box of Cap’N Crunch Berries cereal to make this fun twist on marshmallow treats. A Cotton Kandi Life
With a simple box of Swiss Rolls or Zingers, your little ones can make their very own pirate treasure chest treats. Fun Food Ideas
Add some Pirate Munch Snack Mix to your pirate party foods or mix up a batch for Talk Like a Pirate Day. Mom Endeavors
Here’s yet another version of Rice Krispies Pirate Treasure Chest snacks. Crunchy Creamy Sweet
A quick homemade caramel sauce makes this Pirate’s Booty Snack Mix extra special! Our Best Bites
Must Have Resources:
When making these pirate themed snacks at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
BOOKS ABOUT Pirates
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.
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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!
How to Be a Pirate – Little landlubbers get to earn their sea legs on a pirate ship amidst the goofiest pirates ever.
Pirates Don’t Change Diapers – When the pirate crew turns up at Jeremy Jacob’s house and accidentally wakes his baby sister, that wee scallywag howls louder than a storm on the high seas. Sure, there’s buried treasure to be found, but nobody’s digging up anything until Bonney Anne quits her caterwauling.
Round Out Your Pirate Unit with These Activities:
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.