Family Activities

Pirate Resource Page

Pirate Info


Pirates Info: History of Pirates  – 

Famous pirates, history of and more.

New England Pirate Museum – 
Educational info and activities for elementary-high school levels.

National Geographic: Pirates

Pirates of the Caribbean – Pirate Problems – Pirates and Piracy

Pirate Crafts and Activities


First School: Pirate Coloring Pages


Magic Mural Factory: How to Create a Pirate Themed Bedroom – 
Murals, portholes, maps, and other ideas


DLTK: 
Milk Carton Pirate Ship – Instructions.


Pirate Puzzle – 
12 piece puzzle that can be done on line


Busy Bee Kids Printables: Pirate Puzzles – Coloring pages, mazes, word find, dot to dot and other activities.

Print Activities: Printable Pirate Puzzles & 
Pirate Coloring Pages – Dot-to-Dots, mazes, coloring pages, word searches


Parenting.com: Pirate Ship Cake – Instructions for how to make a pirate ship cake.

Coolest Pirates Birthday Ideas – Pirate-related game ideas.

Enchanted Learning: Pirates – How to make a treasure box and treasure hunt.

DLTK Kids: Pirate Activities – 
Coloring pages, gift bags, invites/thank yous and more.


Family Disney: Code Journal, Jolly Roger Flag – Printable projects.


Pirates Across the Curriculum


A to Z Kid Stuff: Pirate Activities – 
Make a Jolly Roger, a treasure chest, and other fun things.


Homefires: Pirate Resources (Scroll down) – There is an article about homeschooling in California written by Diane Keith, then pirate resources after it. 

Easy Fun School: Treasure Island
Theme unit based on the book, Treasure Island. Has pirate activities too.
Treasure-Filled Cake – Recipe
Ask A Pirate — One Eye Or Two? – Science Activity

Tam Root Beer: Pirate Vocabulary List Cheat SheetPrintable list of words and phrases. 

Puzzle Pirates: A Pirate’s VocabularyPiratey Expressions, Important Piratey Words, People Words, Object Words, and Action Words.

Homeschool Share: Pirate Lapbook  – Offers a variety of pirate related printable pages.

eThemes: Pirates – Resources for g
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YouTube: Pirate playlist –  Includes documentaries and craft projects.
Some videos may not be suitable for all audiences.

Here’s one of the documentaries offered in the list.

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