The Pirate Kings

Give two imaginative boys a little Gilbert & Sullivan and they are inspired for some dramatic piracy.

The Pirate Kings

The Pirate Kings

With Catlike Tread

With Catlike Tread

Upon Our Way We Steal

Upon Our Way We Steal

With Silent Dread, Our Cautious Way We Feel

With Silent Dread, Our Cautious Way We Feel

No Sound at All. We Never Speak A Word

No Sound at All. We Never Speak A Word

A Fly's Footfall, Would Be Distinctly Heard

A Fly's Footfall, Would Be Distinctly Heard

Come Friends Who Plow the Sea

Trust in Navigation

Take Another Station

Let’s Vary Piracy

With A Little Burglary

~The Pirates of Penzance

 
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Our Family Creates! from Code Name: Mama and Living Naturally With Children

Our theme for July’s Families, Create! Make and Play Carnival was “swashbucklers.” Check out what our participants created this month:

With cat-like tread, upon their way they steal, Zoie at TouchstoneZ‘s sons are inspired to perform a little dramatic piracy as captured in pictures.

Brittany at Mama’s Felt Cafe shares a tutorial for making an easy hand sewn felt pirate crown. No fancy stitching required!

Argh, mateys! Dionna at Code Name: Mama has written ye a tutorial to make easy pirate eye patches.

Lauren at Hobo Mama presents parrot play (sprinkled with humor) for your petite pirates.

A trip to a local botanical garden turned into a dinosaur safari at Living Peacefully with Children.

Shiver me timbers! If you have a pirate lover, check out “How to Make a Pirate Treasure Hunt Plus Other Fun Pirate Crafts and Activities” from Dionna at Code Name: Mama.

Be sure to join us for August’s carnival, our theme is “Weird and Wonderful.”

9 thoughts on “The Pirate Kings

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    • Thank you, Dionna. We went to the Northern California Pirate Festival for many of these photos and they acted out more piracy in the backyard on the plastic pirate ship (from Craigslist) at home

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