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Free: International Talk Like a Pirate Day Printables and Activities

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One of the most popular “wacky” Holidays, International Talk Like A Pirate Day, is annually held on September 19. This holiday that originally began as a fun concept in which people imitated pirate talk has turned into an event that receives worldwide media attention!

printables and activities for kids

To help you celebrate the day, I have compiled multiple kids activities, recipes, printables, and crafts for your Pirating pleasure!

What are fun pirate activities for kids?

Ahoy mateys! If you’re looking for some swashbuckling fun for your little ones, look no further than these pirate activities for kids.

Take them on a treasure hunt around the backyard, using clues and a treasure map to find a hidden chest filled with goodies.

Or how about a pirate-themed scavenger hunt, searching for items like “gold” (painted rocks) and “cannonballs” (bouncy balls)?

Set up a pirate ship play area complete with a cardboard ship, costumes, and props like telescopes and eye patches.

And who could forget making pirate hats or parrots out of construction paper?

With these fun-filled activities, your kids will be saying “arrgh” in no time!



How do I help kids talk like a pirate?

If ye be wonderin’ how to help yer little ones talk like a proper pirate, I’ve got just the tricks to get ’em started on their journey to become swashbuckler.

First things first, ye gotta teach ’em the lingo. Get ’em acquainted with the classic pirate phrases like “shiver me timbers” and “aye, aye, captain!”

Next, show ’em how to say “arrr” like a real pirate. Remember, it’s all in the throat!

Finally, encourage ’em to incorporate their pirate talk into daily activities, like talking to their friends or ordering at a restaurant.

Before ye know it, yer little ones will be talking like true pirates in no time! So hoist the Jolly Roger, and let’s set sail on a grand adventure together!

How do I set up a fun pirate treasure hunt for the kids?

Are you ready for a swashbuckling adventure filled with treasure, excitement, and mystery? Then set sail with me and let’s explore how to set up a pirate treasure hunt for the kids!

First, you’ll need to create a treasure map filled with secret clues and directions that will lead the little pirates to the ultimate treasure.

Don’t forget to add a touch of creativity and make the clues challenging yet fun.

You could also add some extra excitement by hiding some pirate-themed goodies, like eye patches, bandanas, or foam swords, along the way.

And don’t worry, even if you’re not the most crafty captain on board, there are plenty of resources available online that can help you create the perfect pirate map and clues.

So, grab your treasure chest, your compass and let’s embark on an epic pirate adventure that your little ones will never forget! Arrr!

What are simple pirate crafts for kids?

If you have little ones who are obsessed with the swashbuckling lifestyle of pirates, why not engage their imaginations with some simple pirate crafts?

From making their own treasure maps to crafting colorful pirate hats and eye patches, the possibilities are endless!

Not only do these crafts provide a fun way for your children to spend an afternoon, but they can also encourage creativity and inspire a love of storytelling.

So gather up your scissors, glue, and crafting supplies – it’s time to set sail on a pirate adventure!

Talk Like a Pirate Day Crafts & Activities

The Pirate Fairy Crafts:  DIY Pirate Costume and Pixie Dust Lamp

Do you have a child who loves pirates as much as mine do? Then have him create these pirate birthday party invitations. and must have Pirate Party goodies!

Make this Neverland inspired pirate craft with your child for many nights of fun entertainment.

Turn those single socks into a pirate sock toy.

Talk Like a Pirate Day Educational Printables

Pattern Sequencing Printable allows you help your child to learn how to put things in sequence.

You and your preschooler can do these fun preschool pirate printables together.

Help your preschooler with these math preschool pirate printables.

Here is a neat little pirate vocabulary word find your child can do.

Help your preschooler with writing with these pirate preschool writing printables. 

My child loves to play find the differences in images. These pirate same and different printables are great for your little mate.

Here is a  find a  P  printable for your little one.

Have your child’s imagination come to life with this draw your own treasure chest printable.

Crafts, Recipes, and Activities to help you and your children celebrate International Talk Like a Pirate Day

Talk Like a Pirate Day Recipes

Get your kids involved in cooking these delicious pirate cupcakes.

Talk Like a Pirate Day Resources

Check out these pirate fairy products for your kids.

Here is a complete build up summer learning pirate bundle.

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Sunday 14th of September 2014

Thank you for these links. I was just thinking about the fact that this day is coming up soon. Not sure how we will celebrate.

Kelli Miller

Sunday 21st of September 2014

We love Talk Like a Pirate Day here - so much fun :-)