A New Home for a Pirate Literacy PackQuick View
fgbarrie

A New Home for a Pirate Literacy Pack

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A set of literacy work on the book by Ronda Armitage. Includes worksheets on words for said, nouns, sequencing and rhyme. Also includes a labeling worksheet, speech bubbles worksheet and picture sequencing worksheet. SmartBoard files complement the worksheets on nouns, rhyme, sequencing sentences and sequencing pictures.
Geography of Crime- Somali PiratesQuick View
josephg89

Geography of Crime- Somali Pirates

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-Whole lesson on the phenomenon of Somali Piracy as shown in the film Captain Phillips. New and updated 2017 to show the drop off and then recent resurgence in Somali piracy. Fascinating topic that always stirs the imagination of pupils. -Suitable for KS3 Geography classes. -Includes starter, main, plenary, key questions and differentiated outcomes. -Powerpoint has instructions in notes pages to assist.
Famous Pirate ShipsQuick View
HollywoodR95

Famous Pirate Ships

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Contains a PowerPoint which looks at what pirate ships where, how pirates modified their ships as well as focusing on the main parts of a Pirate ship. Also looks at some of the most famous pirate ships including Queen Anne’s Revenge. Also includes a worksheet which involves children labeling the correct parts of a pirate ship. Activity: Children match the correct part’s of the pirate ship and then could design and create their own pirate ship. Could be a project over the course of a few weeks. Activity: Included in the final slide is a link to a game. This involves children creating their own Pirate ship. Could be designed and planned during a lesson then created during a series of ICT lessons.
PIRATES Drama Activities + Pirate Name CardsQuick View
drama-trunk

PIRATES Drama Activities + Pirate Name Cards

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Pirate Drama Cards (to create pirate names) + Drama Activities (including pirate scene scenarios, 2 short pirate scripts and pirate drama activities). Simple and fun drama learning with a pirate theme. DRAMA TRUNK DRAMA CARDS ARE A DRAMA TEACHER'S BEST FRIEND! Just print, laminate (optional) and cut out a set of versatile drama cards that you can use over and over again. I cannot count how many times and ways I have used drama cards – absolutely my most handy drama resource. NEVER BE STUCK FOR A DRAMA ACTIVITY AGAIN! Use DRAMA TRUNK drama cards for tons of creative, fun, imaginative, any day activities, including: • Drama games (including last minute activities) • Warm ups • Team building and cooperation activities • Improvisation / quick thinking • Audition / rehearsal activities • Language activities • Guided learning • Listening skills • Inspiration • Storytelling Combine the use of multiple cards for even more activities, challenges and ideas (you will have a HUGE amount of drama activities ready to go when needed). Check out DRAMA TRUNK for tons of drama cards available!
PiratesQuick View
LAPJ

Pirates

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A one-off creative writing lesson based around pirates. The lesson takes pupils through three clear sections to describe in detail with some inspiration and starting points.
Pirate one more one less board game Quick View
dohertyon

Pirate one more one less board game

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A board game for practising one more/ one less. Could be adapted for bigger numbers, I differentiated by changing the start number. This was used for the focus task in an observed lesson and the feedback was excellent for children and observer! Enjoy
An Introduction to Pirates.Quick View
morlem

An Introduction to Pirates.

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An introduction lesson to 'Pirates'. This is a lesson with a series of chunked tasks to introduce piracy to pupils or this could be used as a fun one off lesson. You do not need exercise books for this lesson. All videos have link provided or are embedded.
Pirate Non-Chronological ReportsQuick View
PMEvans88

Pirate Non-Chronological Reports

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Two examples of non-chronological reports written for a pirate topic. These examples can be used in a literacy lesson to identify the features of these types of report. In addition, these reports have been modified to help SEN and EAL pupils with those trickier words by breaking them down into the syllable form through use of colour.
Pirate class assembly packQuick View
Mandem2014

Pirate class assembly pack

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Everything you need to put on a fantastic Pirate class assembly, with a speaking part for up to 30 children. Included: Pirate script (with a talking part for every child) Pirate music to set the scene as your audience enters Music video 'Talk like a pirate' Lyrics for 'Talk like a Pirate' Lyrics for 'We're going on a treasure hunt'
Pirate AdjectivesQuick View
e_mante

Pirate Adjectives

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A set of wanted posters to help children describe a pirate using adjectives. A similie matching activity (files similies and similies 2 go together) and a similie pirate theme worksheet.
EYFS Literacy Planning PiratesQuick View
elmo001

EYFS Literacy Planning Pirates

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Literacy planning lesson plans for a Pirates topic for Reception EYFS with differentiated questioning, focus activities and resources. Planning, focus activities and resources for the following books: - My Granny is a Pirate - Pirate Pete - Ten Little Pirates - The Night Pirates - Yo Ho Ho! A-Pirating We'll Go
PiratesQuick View
kyleb99

Pirates

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Pirate related pictures for young children to colour. Fits in with stories about Pirates or a pirate theme.
Pirates!Quick View
buffalo1966

Pirates!

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A look at the facts and fictions about pirates. Move the panels on each page to discover the answer to the questions. The last page is a selection of 'Jolly Rogers' for children to copy.
Label a pirate ship. Quick View
Mandem2014

Label a pirate ship.

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A great fully animated PowerPoint to introduce the main parts of a pirate ship and to explain their purpose (the preview of the PowewrPoint may look muddled because the animations are layered. Watch the PowerPoint in full screen and watch the magic happen! There is a pirate ship word bank included in this pack and pictures of a pirate ship for children to stick in their books to label (or why not print them on stickers).
Pirate Themed Position and DirectionQuick View
TheLearningTrail

Pirate Themed Position and Direction

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Three Pirate themed worksheets focusing on position and direction. Suitable for KS1. Uses North, South, East and West on a grid. Includes: Follow the directions to Scutari, Design and write directions to the hospital and a design prompt for a floor robot grid.
Pirates Topic Vocabulary PackQuick View
VocabularyNinja

Pirates Topic Vocabulary Pack

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This 15 page Pirates TVP will help bring to life your topic! The ninja has carefully selected 4 key areas to study and explore! Created exciting lists of topic-focused nouns, verbs and adjectives to enhance pupil writing. Researched etymologies of the Pirates related words for you to teach. The ninja has even provided a unique Vocabulary Ninja reward system (including certificates), branded display resources, and blank templates of Synonym Alley and Vocabulary Laboratory activities. The ninja has even supplied two pages of teaching techniques, helping you bring to life each resource. ​