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A collection of unique pirate themed early years resources. This section includes, among other things, a pirate treasure map, a large display poster, some role-play masks and a pirate themed number line. We also have a numerical pirate board game and an interactive flash game that has proved very popular, as well as a section devoted to pirate craft activities and games.


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Black Eyed Bill Illustrated Story

Black Eyed Bill Illustrated Story

Buried Treasure Game

Buried Treasure Game

Captain Patch the Pirate Song

Captain Patch the Pirate Song

Cerificate Collection

Cerificate Collection

Complete The Pattern Worksheets – Pirates

Complete The Pattern Worksheets – Pirates

Cork Sailing Boat Activity

Cork Sailing Boat Activity

Crafty Boats Activity

Crafty Boats Activity

Dancing Potato Print Pirate

Dancing Potato Print Pirate

Editable Pirate Labels

Editable Pirate Labels

Editable Pirate Poster 2

Editable Pirate Poster 2

Interactive Pirate Game

Interactive Pirate Game

Mrs Pirate - Illustrated Poem

Mrs Pirate – Illustrated Poem


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