Need some no prep worksheets for the kids to do this summer? These pirate worksheets for kids are perfect!
They cover a wide range of topics including handwriting practice, recognizing patterns, graphing, counting, learning beginning sounds and more.
These printables are suitable for preschool, pre k and kindergarten children. Check them out below!
Pirate Printables For Preschool
This printable pirate bundle is loaded with fun activities for kids to do that are great for young kids to do!
Pirate Connect The Dot Worksheets
These classic dot to dot printables are still fun for kids today. They’re also great for working on fine motor skills, counting, and number recognition.
We’ve included a pirate hat dot to dot worksheet and a pirate ship worksheet.
Pirate Counting Mats
There are also 10 pirate counting mats included. There are a few different ways for kids to play with these mats.
Have them use yellow play dough to create their own gold coins and place that number in the ten frame boxes. Then, have them shape their play dough into the number on the page.
Keep it super simple by letting your kids use crayons to color in the gold coins, fill in that number of boxes in the ten frame, trace the letter and color in the treasure box.
If you want to make them reusable, be sure to laminate them before first use, then let the kids use with dry-erase markers.
Pirate Handwriting Worksheets
Young kids need lots of repetition to learn how to write. These pirate-themed handwriting worksheets are a great way to work on these skills!
This set included six different worksheets featuring the letters C, H, M, P, S and T.
Print them off for one time use or laminate them and use them repeatedly!
Free Pirate Memory Game
We’ve also included these pirate flashcards for kids to play with. We love using these as a matching game. Just print out two copies, cut and play!
You can also use them to talk about colors, objects, animals and more. For more ideas, check out this post about how to make flashcards fun!
Pirate Graphing Worksheet
Introduce preschool and kindergarten kids to basic math ideas with this graphing printable. Assemble the spinner, then let the kids spin and mark on the corresponding worksheet.
Once your child has reached 5 spins on one object, write the total number graphed for each object on the bottom line.
Finish The Pattern & Beginning Sounds
These worksheets are more fun ways to keep the kids learning! Help kids recognize and finish patterns with these cute printables.
The beginning sounds worksheets will allow kids to listen for and recognize which letter each object begins with.
You can buy the entire set below or if you’d like to try a sample first, be sure to enter your email in the form at the end of this post to download the free pirate memory game!