Baby Wipe Box to Treasure Chest in 3 Easy Steps
Do you have a stack of plastic baby wipe boxes sitting around gathering dust like we did? It’s been a few years since our youngest was in diapers, but we amassed a serious collection of Chubbs boxes during that time, which were clearly too valuable to throw out or even recycle. We’ve used them for […]
After collecting and washing our river rocks, we brought them inside and talked about painting them for Mr 5's Pirate Party present. Due to a crying 4 month old our painting time was cut short and this turned into an evening therapy session for mummy instead- with me painting this collection of pirate themed rocks on my own. Once again I want to point you to my inspiration for these - Hannah's amazing story stones are a favourite here (and all over Pinterest!) for all Miss Daisy's friends…
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Pirate Playdough Mats
How does this resource excite and engage children's learning? A set of colourful playdough mats featuring some lovely pirate based numeracy activities. Great for use with your pirate topic - a fun cross-curricular resource. Just laminate to create re-useable playdough mats - a fun way to re-enforce learning numbers.
Mrs. T's First Grade Class
We made maps of our classroom and then half the class went in the hall while the other half of the class hid their treasure where they had marked it on their map. Then they each gave their map to a student in the hall and they had to use the map to find the treasure (a pirate tattoo and some bubble gum coins). We made hats and parrots to go on the treasure hunt in our room. The parrots clip on with a clothespin.