Ahoy there me hearties, Talk Like A Pirate Day is coming up on September 19th. So I thought I would put together some fun Talk Like A Pirate Day activities for you to enjoy with the kids.
I have included over 37 activities for you to enjoy on Talk Like A Pirate Day. Although there is enough here for you to spend a whole week talking like a pirate!!
Shiver Me Timbers…..
These are aimed at kids in elementary and middle school grades but can be adapted for older or younger students.
Check out what other holiday fun activities we have throughout the year.
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Talk Like A Pirate Day Activities
We will actually have a Pirate-themed week starting on Monday. I can’t wait!
This is a Dungeons and Dragons Outschool Class - Students take on the role of characters in the land of Saltmarsh, encountering pirates, nasty sea creatures, and vicious monsters as they attempt to unravel the mystery!
We absolutely love escape rooms, if you want to create your own free escape room puzzles check out our recent post. But if you are short of time you are going to love this printable pirate escape room.
Preventive health wasn't very popular with pirates.
You'll get a first-hand perspective of what went wrong and some sound advice on how to prevent many of the ailments and injuries that could still plague us now. We'll mix history and health on this epic voyage!
Ahoy, shipmate! Explore the lives of 10 real pirates and learn about life on the high seas, whilst using the magnifying glass included inside the book's foil-accented cover, to spot more than 200 pirate-themed items in 16 eye-boggling illustrations.
Learn all about the most famous pirate of all time, Blackbeard.
What is Talk Like a Pirate Day?
Talk Like a Pirate Day was created by two friends John Baur (Ol’ Chumbucket) and Mark Summers (Cap’n Slappy), of Albany, Oregon, U.S, back in 1995. During a racquetball game between Summers and Baur, one of them reacted to the pain with an outburst of “Aaarrr!”, and the idea was born.
We hope you have fun on Talk Like A Pirate Day. Let me know what fun you get up to in the comments below.