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Take sight word "are" off the word wall and leave a note from a pirate that it was taken (mistaken with "arrghhh"). Go on a treasure hunt to get the word back for the word wall (use with Pirates in Kindergarten story).

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Mrs. Stensland's Kindergarten :: February Photos

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continuous provision areas year 1

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#pirate party seaweed snake pit out of spaghetti!

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Learning With Mrs. Parker Subtraction games

Journey to Neverland

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A Pirate Role Play Area! Complete with a mast, sail, helm, portholes, canons and an anchor. Inside, there is a 'Treasure Island' where children can sail to and find the buried treasure!

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Pirate Birthday Party

Make telescopes for your pirate adventure

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There Be Pirates

Pirates in the Water Tray from Rachel (",)

There Be Pirates! - Stimulating Learning

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Under the sea topic... Eyfs... Octopus... Display..

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Shampoo and cornflour mixed together with a little water makes lovely stretchy slime! EYFS

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Why do pirates wear an eye patch? poster by Welcome to Room 36, a Kindergarten Blog

Welcome to Room 36!

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