Arrr mateys. If yer lookin for pirate math, I’ve got ye covered!
I’m trying to practice for Talk Like a Pirate Day (September 19th). When I was younger and in school I had a friend who would write notes back and forth with me. One year we spent a month exchanging notes in pirate talk. They literally had no value or sense to them but we would write page long notes in pirate speak.
I feel a little out of practice now but at least I can make some adorable pirate materials for my kids.
Does anyone else think it’s ironic how we’ve made pirates cute? I mean, historically speaking, they weren’t very good people, right? I just have to wonder at what point we decided that pirates should be cute and likeable?
Fractions, Addition, and Place Value (Oh my!)
There are 3 concepts covered in this set: fractions, addition, and place value. Each one has its own color by math page with a pirate theme.
These pages are no-prep in that you can just print them out and be ready!
Except, if you’re unorganized like me, you might need to take a moment to find all the colors you need.
How to Use the Pirate Color by Math
We primarily use things like these as a review. They’re already familiar with the concepts so it’s just a fun way to practice.
I’m not a big fan of filler work but for kids who need more practice, these are great. Or if you need to see if a child is understanding the material, these will work!
Or if you have a kid who loves to color and you also want to give them something math-y, these are perfect!
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