Pirate Preschool Printable
Are you all ready for Pirates day? Me neither, but I did create these fun counting and tracing pirate printables for your preschooler. This Pirate Preschool Printable can be a fun and frugal way to change things up from your regular math program.
Print them out onto cardstock so that they last longer and they are easier to handle for those little hands. I know my little guy would hate it when his puzzle pieces would bend.
To practice counting to 12, you can use the counting cards, there are 4 puzzles and then 2 tracing or cutting sheets and 2 shape tracing sheets as well.
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Pirate Preschool Printable Supplies
- Printer (I have this one)
- Pencil or Dry Erase Markers
- Sheet Protector
- Laminator (optional)
If you use the sheet protectors or dry erase board for the writing or tracing activities, then your child can use the printables over again, if not you can use your choice of writing media.
Hp Officejet Pro All in One Printer-Black – Model 8710 – HEOJ8710-Desktop PrinterScotch Thermal Laminator and Pouch Bundle, 2 Roller System, Laminate up to 9Fiskars SureCut Portable Paper Trimmer, 12 Inch Cut , Orange – 154450-1009
Recommended Pirate Books
Have some pirate fun with your pirate lover by bringing them into your home with these fun pirate books. Pirates are never boring.
Pirate BoyPirate StewEven Pirates Need To Listen – A Children’s Book About Teamwork, Responsibility & How The Choices We Make Impact OthersThe Pirates of Penn Cove: Weirdbey Island, Book 1How I Became a PirateThe Berenstain Bears Pirate Adventure
Recommended Pirate Toys
My boys were obsessed with pirates, we have a great wooden pirate ship that they loved to play with and now it has been passed down to my daughter.
ArtCreativity Pirate Action Figures – Pack of 12 – Legendary Plastic Figures in Assorted Poses – Fun Pirate Party Favor and Prize – Excellent Birthday Gift Idea for Boys and Girls Kids Ages 5+Fisher-Price Imaginext Shark Bite Pirate Ship, Playset with Pirate Figures and Accessories for Preschool Kids Ages 3 to 8 YearsLingway Toys Kids Pirate Costume,Pirate Role Play Dress Up Completed 8pcs Set for Kids 3-4yearsPirate Ship Action Figures Toys- Pirate Vessel Plastic Figures Play Set- Educational Learning Toys with Shark,Trees,Cannon,Boat and Other Accessories- Gifts for Kids Boys and GirlsXXTOYS Pirate Treasures Dig Kit Break Into 5 Bricks Treasure Excavation Kits Pirate Toys Gems Dig Kits Interactive Excavating Toys Great Birthday Gift Party Supplies Archeology Educational STEM KitsiPlay, iLearn Large Pirate Ship Toys, Kids Pretend Adventure Playset W/ Figures, Boat, Island &Treasure, Toddler Imaginative Play W/ Light Sound, Birthday Gifts for Age 2 3 4 5 6 Year Old Boys Girls
Download the pirate preschool printables below
More Pirate Activities your Kids will Love
Visit these other awesome bloggers to see what they’ve done for more pirate fun.
Backyard Pirate Treasure Hunt (Map) – Umbrella Tree Cafe
Free Pirate Play Dough Mats Numbers 1-10 – Life Over C’s
Pirate Science: Fool’s Gold, Parrots and Shipwrecks! – Share it! Science News
Treasure Chest Craft – Messy Little Monster
How Did Pirates Navigate? How to Read a Map – Schooling a Monkey
Pirate Sensory Bin – Life with Moore Babies
Pirate Perler Bead Patterns – Brain Power Boy
Pirate Treasure Math Printables – Kidz Activities
Make Your Own Pirate Map – My Little Poppies
Fizzing Pirate Treasure Adventure – Preschool Powol Packets
What a fun preschool pack! And I love the list of additional resources. Thank you for sharing 🙂
My boys would love this! Thanks for sharing!
Your printables are beautiful, and I love your collection of ideas. My son went through a pirate phase – I wish I’d had this resource a few years ago! Found you on Everything Early Childhood.
What fun! I’d love for you to link up to my pirate-themed linkup
Other subject-based linkups: http://www.dearhomeschooler.com/bookshelf
Arrrgh…the kids just love all things pirate, don’t they? Thanks for joining us on Oh My Heartsie Girl Wordless Wednesday!
Arr.! How cute! 😀
These are super cute! I am excited to print them for my 5-year-old. Thanks for sharing these on This is how We Roll!
I hope they enjoy them.
Oh my gosh! This is perfect! I am starting to go over numbers with my three year old and it’s been a bit of a struggle. This will be great to try. Thanks for sharing on #ToddlerFunFriday!
Love your printables! My daughter needs scissor practice…these will be perfect! Thanks for linking up at Made for Kids.