Do pirates have manners? Do pirates have bedtimes? Listen to “How I Became a Pirate” to find out!
After listening to the story, compare yourself to a pirate. How are you different? How are you the same?
Level 1 Adaptation:
Level 2 Adaptation: Use the following page to help you draw what the story says pirates look like.
Pirates are always trying to capture treasure!
Grab a partner and see if you can capture four squares before they do!
Here is a fun engineering experiment! See if you can make your own foil boat. It will not be as fancy as a pirate ship. See if you can get your treasure to float!
Reading a Map
Juggle a Soccer Ball
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