Pirates have taken over our home! Well at least my nine year old.
I’d like to blame the Pirate Day my oldest and husband had at Disney’s Magic Kingdom but I must admit my now 9 year old has had a
obsession interest in them for some time before that. And finally that interest is something I’m getting behind him with.
Welcome back to our delight directed fun schooling approach.
Over the past few days my Pumpkin has need doing copy work, creative writing, research, drawing and challenging himself to read more in order to discover more about this subject.It has warmed my mama’s heart to watch all the skills we have been working on to be put to use in this exciting way.
All he had been using is a blank mead note book and some books. Here are just a few of the books he has been using for his studies and a few games to add to the learning fun.
- The Pirate Creativity Book
- Isle of Swords
- Pirates, Scoundrels, and Scallywags (ShockZone TM – Villains)
- Pirates Constructible Strategy Game with Collectible Storage Tin
- Captured by Pirates (Twisted Journeys)
- Dozen Doubloons – A Pirate’s Card Game: All New Card Game for One, Two, Three, or Four Players
- The Tempest (Play On Shakespeare) (A Play on Shakespeare)
- Treasure Island (Illustrated) + Free Audiobook
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