Frogs, Bees and Under the Seas has a whole post about a pirate classroom including some of my own pictures! Some of the great finds included in their post are these great little printable name plates.
First Grade Blue Skies is using this door:
and this bulletin board which says "Arrrgh you ready for ________ grade?"Mrs. M. I really think the pirate glyph is great and it is included as a free printable from her blog! Look how cute these guys are! Looks like a great first of the year idea.
Crazy for First Grade has a treasure hunt idea (with a how to make your own authentic treasure map), pirate book suggestions and some SUPER pirate writing printables like this...
AND from another pirate post of her's...fun things like these:
Read the room for AR and OR words:
Also from Mrs. Jump, are these great pirate ideas found in her TpT Unit, which I might just have to get!
Pirate kid craft ideas from The Crafty Crow.
I Heart Crafty Things made a cute pirate paper plate project with her kids as part of story time. Love it!
Cottage Industrialist hosted a pirate themed birthday party, but if you scroll to the end of her post, you will find lots of great pirate printables!
Sweet Peas and Bumblebees shows you how to plan a fun pirate playdate with your kids. Including this clever pirate map pizza.
Some pirate ideas (more for a child's party), but still super cute from Katherine Marie Photography.
Oh course since The Clutter Free Classroom has done a lot on classroom themese, I can't forget to link up to all the great ideas and pictures she has included for decorating a pirate themed classroom! Thanks Jodi.
WOW! I think that just about covers it! I know there are many great pirate units out there on Teachers Pay Teachers, but too many to go down the list. If you have a fun pirate activity, I would love to hear about it!!