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Talk Like A Pirate Day Craft!

September is full of lots of fun. The kids should be back to school, but there is still time to have fun. Did you know that September 19th is Talk Like A Pirate Day! This year it falls on a Saturday, so we will be able to enjoy a full weekend of pirate goodness! Here are a few terms you definitely need to learn by then:

  • Ahoy! – “Hello!”
  • Aye! – “Yes!”
  • Aye aye! – “I’ll get right on that”
  • Arrr! – This can mean lots of different things!

If you want to have even more fun, you can make some crafts to help you enjoy this silly fun holiday.  My kids and some of their friends made some Emoji Pirates to help celebrate the day!  The best part is that these were easily made with a few supplies I had around the house!

Here is our finished product!  Check out Tampico‘s website for how to make an Emoji pirate for yourself!

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What are you doing for Talk Like a Pirate Day?

29 thoughts on “Talk Like A Pirate Day Craft!”

  1. A couple of years ago I hosted a pirate and princess party and it was a huge success. All the kids loved looking for the lost treasure! This is a really cute craft!

  2. With three toddlers that love Jake and the Neverland Pirates, almost every day is talk like a pirate day around here. It cracked me up the first time our three year old yelled from the car seat, “Grandma’s house, dead ahead!”

  3. Oh what fun! My one nephew is really into anything and everything relating to pirates. He would love this craft! I will have to try it with him and my kiddos when he’s over next!

  4. This would be fun to do with my friends little girls. I will have to get the supplies i need for the next time they are over.

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Lisa Martin

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