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Sunshine enjoyed Pirate Week just like her older siblings! Originally I had more planned, but it didn't work out due to a lack of time on my part. It didn't matter to her. She had so much fun! Here's what we did!
Pirate Word Treasures
This is actually two activities in one. I created a pirate themed sensory bin with a brown rice base, shells, plastic coins, and large glass beads. Also in the sensory bin are four vocabulary cards. You'll notice in the top right hand corner, there's a stack of cards. Those cards are to be laid out on the floor next to Sunshine. The goal of the activity is to help her identify the pictures on the cards and find their matches in the sensory bin. She did quite well.
Source: I found the cards as part of a free packet at Homeschool Creations.
P is for Pirate Dot Activity
Source: I found this free dot marker activity as part of a packet at 2 Teaching Mommies.
Parrots of Many Colors
In this activity Sunshine matches the feathers to their parrot by color. We've done this activity with only one parrot, two parrots, and four. The activity is very flexible.
Source: I found the free parrot printable on Bird Channel. I colored them myself.
Mr. Potato Head Pirate Spud
Source: Mr. Potato Head Pirate Spud can be found on Amazon.
Next week Sunshine will be learning all about apples just like the rest of the kiddos!