One of my favorite memories from when my boys were little is the time we went to a Pirate Festival at the Tuckerton Seaport Museum. They weren’t really “into” pirates as much as they were other things, but we went because I was invited by a friend.

They had so many pirate activities for preschool and older kids. I would have loved to have followed it up with these printable pirate activities, but they were not available to me back then.

two boys sitting on a small black and red pirate ship tuckerton seaport
Just one of the many pirate activities for preschoolers we did that day.

I remember when we got home, Brian talked non-stop about seeing real pirates for days. I even have one of his conversations on video. He’s talking about pirates in that little kid voice, and he was just so adorable.

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pirate festival tuckerton seaport staging at the docks with a crowd of people watching
We LOVED the pirate re-enactment.

No matter how you use the PDF pirate activities for preschool in this post, I hope that you have a pirate festival near you to attend.

P is for pirate coloring and tracing worksheet - Pirate Activities for Preschool.

Pirate Activities for Preschool PDF

As a reminder, I don’t always “love” attaching ages to things. It’s perfectly fine if someone’s skill set or abilities are such that they are older than preschool, but can enjoy and benefit from these pirate printables.

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