Check out these awesome Free Pirate Worksheets for Preschool! Print all 10 worksheets for free! The pack includes a pirate tracing sheet, pirate puzzle, pirate cut and paste sheets, plus fun with shapes, colors, and numbers! This pirate theme pack is great when you want to do something extra special and fun in the classroom. Learn vocabulary words like: pirate, treasure chest, compass, parrot, pirate ship, and gem stones. So, what are you waiting for? “Yo-ho, Mateys! Let’s discover some hidden treasure!”
Free Pirate Worksheets for Preschool
First, get started with a pirate coloring sheet! Use markers or crayons to color in the pirate. “Shiver me Timbers!” is an exclamation of surprise! When might you say, “Shiver me Timbers!”? Next, have fun with the pirate eye spy worksheet. Have your little ones circle each pirate, or to build pincher strength get pirate stickers and have them place one sticker on each pirate! Check out Ocean Theme Printables to discover what’s under the sea!
Pirate Activities for Preschool
Next, have fun with a treasure map coloring page! Use markers or crayons to fill in the page. Be sure to talk about the things you see on the map. Discover a volcano, sharks, a hidden cave, and palm trees. Next, use Dot Dot markers to fill in the X Marks the Spot Dot Dot Page. Sticky gems can also be a great way to fill in your X. Stick one gem into each circle!
Build pre-writing skills with the Letter P Tracing Sheet. Repetitive tracing is great for building hand strength and muscle memory. Next, engage with a shape identification worksheet. Color the rectangles blue and the triangles red. Be sure to get creative with a printable pirate craft to keep your pirate theme going!
Put together a fun pirate puzzle. Cut out the pieces on the right side of the page and glue each one to its matching number. Who says, “Squawk! Squawk!” to the pirate? Spoiler alert! It’s his trusty parrot! Next, identify colors red, yellow, and purple in a pirate color sorting sheet. Cut out the gemstones at the bottom of the page and glue each one into its matching color column.
“Yo-ho-yo-ho a pirate’s life for me!”
The pirate number counting worksheet is great for learning numbers 1-5. Cut out the numbers at the bottom of the page and use a glue stick to paste each number to its matching row. Finally, color in the 4 gemstones in the Gemstones Coloring Page.
Do you know your pirate lingo?
One of the super fun things about being a pirate is having your own pirate code. Be sure to learn some pirate phrases to use while completing your worksheets!
“Shiver me Timbers!”: An exclamation of surprise!
“Walk the Plank…”: When one must walk off a wooden plank into the sea.
“I’ll Crush Ye Barnacles!”: A common pirate threat.
“Weigh anchor”: Let’s get a move on!
Pirate Books for Preschool
What better way to learn about pirates than jumping into a good book? Check out these great pirate books for preschool and get learning the “ARRR!” sound! Read “How I Became a Pirate” and “The Pirates Next Door”. Be sure to talk about all the crazy things you see in each illustration! Reading with your little ones allows you to build social connection, boost vocabulary words, and discover potential interests.