The other printables used with this unit (unless otherwise indicated) came from 2 Teaching Mommies Pirate Unit.
Sensory Table – Sand, Rocks, Toy Pirates, and buried treasure (gold doubloons, golden necklaces and jewels). It looked nicer when I first set it up, but the kids got into it before I took a picture!
Matching uppercase and lowercase letters. I got this from Teacher’s Notebook (FREE download). There are other matching options, like lowercase to lowercase and beginning sounds. I already had these round letter magnets from the Letter of the Week curriculum (from Confessions of a Homeschooler), I have them on magnets, but you could put them on milk caps (or other round items).
Adding doubloons- roll dice and place that many doubloons in gold coin (do twice), then add them and place correct number in treasure chest OR pick a number, count the doubloons and divide them between the gold coins to make a problem.
Pattern cards from 2 Teaching Mommies (I cut the pattern demo strips shorter so that he can finish the pattern on his own without copying)
Tweezing for treasures – jewels under the sand, tweeze and place in bucket. Hand broom is for cleaning up sand messes.
We will also be decorating our own wooden pirate treasure chests!
and pirate treasure items from your local dollar store (or equivalent)!