Chalk Pirate Flags

For this pirate theme we have been doing the Build Up Summer Learning Week 1 Pirate. We have loved doing pirates this summer and loved several of the books. Pirates are a theme I think do well for boys and girls.

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We had a hard time picking a book this month. There was so many to choose from. What the girls ended up picking for the book was Pirates (Magic Tree House Research Guide, paper). Yes we read the non fiction book for the series. It was lots of fun. The part they liked best was the flags. We talked about how pirates did not live a good life and things were not all glorious.

The part they picked out from the book was about how the flags were different when they said there was just one pirate flag. We decide we would make flags.

What you need for this activity: bowl with water, white chalk and black card stock. (You can use other black paper I just like how well card stock holds up when applying wet chalk to it.)

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First they dipped their chalk into the water. the reason is it paints differently wet than dry. This activity could be done with the water.

Chalk Pirate Flags - 3Dinosaurs.com

Each started working on their own flag. They all picked something different they were doing.

Chalk Pirate Flags - 3Dinosaurs.com

As we were going you did notice the difference between wet chalk and the dry chalk when they were coloring.

Chalk Pirate Flags - 3Dinosaurs.com

Here are our completed Pirate Flags:

Chalk Pirate Flags - 3Dinosaurs.com
Chalk Pirate Flags - 3Dinosaurs.com
Chalk Pirate Flags - 3Dinosaurs.com

Here are a few Pirate books we will be look at. Yes there are a few other books in here:

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Poppins Book Nook Pirate Plunder Giveaway! Every month the Poppins Book Nook group will be offering readers a chance to win a brand new storybook or product that ties in with our theme for the month. This month we are partnering with Jennifer Altman an Usborne consultant to bring one lucky entrant a chance to win a copy of either the Pirate’s Handbook (recommended for 8 years old and up) or Pirate Stories for Little Children (recommended for ages under 8 years old) books. One of these books is sure to add to your pirate fun!

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Cassie – 3Dinosaurs.com

About Cassie

Cassie is a mom of three stomping, romping, and roaring girls. She blogs about fun art and craft activities and printables she make. She includes the odd review of products every now and then. She also blogs about the places that she has taken the girls called trip reviews. She has a few free printable pack for kids ages 2 to 8 and always adding more. She love to get comments and feedback and always looking for new things to try or do with her girls.
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10 Responses to Chalk Pirate Flags

  1. kym hickman says:

    I love the pirates theme and so does my class. I would love the book, Everything I Know About Pirates.

  2. Those are some scary-looking pirate flags. I definitely wouldn’t bother those ships! :)

  3. Rebecca Ray says:

    Flags turned out great!!

  4. Rachel says:

    I love the pirate flags! My boys loved working on the summer week 1 printables and I think this would be a great way to extend the play and learning. Mt boys are under 8 so I would love the book for the younger crowd.

  5. Jill says:

    What great flags your girls made!

    Thank you for helping to bring a spoonful of reading fun to the Poppins Book Nook this month!

  6. Lauren says:

    What a great idea to mix the chalk with water to provide a different medium. My younger son doesn’t like the feeling of chalk on his hands but maybe he could be persuaded to try this!

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  8. Ashley says:

    What a simple, fun craft for pirate lovers!

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