Preschool Pirate Theme
Build an awesome preschool pirate theme! Find crafts, printables, book lists, and more. Come discover some really fun ideas for little ones!
No matter what time of year it is, it’s always a great time to teach a pirate them. This growing list of pirate activities is a great place to start your search for pirate activities for kindergarten and preschool!
Pirate Activities for Preschool
Pirates are so much fun to study with little ones. Preschoolers are fascinated by the thought of rogue pirates sailing the seas looking for hidden treasure.
You can use these preschool pirate activities to engage your little ones in some fun learning activities!
Pirate Books for Kids
I love to start my lessons with a good book. Most of the time, I choose picture books that are fiction. They tend to be more engaging with preschoolers.
However, I’ve recently begun sharing non-fiction books, board books, and easy readers that kids of all ages can enjoy.
Whether you’re gearing up for Talk Like a Pirate Day or your preschoolers want to read about them, these pirate books are perfect for kids!
Discover the best pirate board books for toddlers. These pirate books are perfect for kids ages 1, 2, and 3 years old, and they’re sure to become favorites!
These pirate crafts for kids “aaarrr” the best! They’re simple and engaging, and they’re sure to inspire hours of imaginative play for preschoolers.
Pirate Ideas for Preschoolers
Celebrate Talk Like a Pirate Day with your preschoolers! Choose from this collection of crafts, books, and hands-on activities!
Fix one of these pirate themed snacks for preschool during your pirate-themed lessons. They’re perfect for preschool parties, as well!
These pirate games for preschoolers are perfect for home and school. Add them to your upcoming pirate theme, or play them at a pirate birthday party!
Teach visual discrimination and practice counting with this super fun, low-prep I Spy Pirate Monkey Activity for preschool kiddos!
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 want to miss these preschool pirate theme printables! They’re perfect for your Letter P or pirate themed preschool activities.
Do your preschoolers love pirate theme activities? If so, they’ll love this pack of I Spy pirate themed printables. There are two versions included in this pack.
Kids will love practicing number recognition and number order with this pirate dot to dot printable pack! There are twelve to choose from with numbers from 1-70.
Aye, matey! It be International Pirate Month, and what better way to celebrate than wit’ some fun pirate math worksheets?
MORE RESOURCES FOR YOUR LETTER D ACTIVITIES
If you’re using these pirate activities within your letter of the week units, be sure to check out these Letter P activities, as well:
Are you looking for a new winter craft to do with your little ones? Don’t miss this waddling penguin preschool craft! It’s perfect for young crafters.
Discover what happens when five little puppies dig a hole under the fence and explore the wide, wide world. Then, let your students complete this free Poky Little Puppy unit study!
As always, if you’re looking for more pirate-themed activities to round our your unit, leave me a comment. I’ll add it to my growing list of ideas.