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Pirate Posters - Captain Calloway and Pirate Pearl B&W

PDF | 2 pages|Grades: F - 7

A set of two black and white posters with amazing illustrations of fictitious pirate characters.

A set of posters with illustrations of fictitious pirates named Captain Calloway (with Sneaky Pete the Parrot) and Pirate Pearl.

These A4 posters are in black and white, making them a perfect pirate colouring-in activity. You can also download these in full colour.

Use these posters as a prompt for character creation and imaginative writing, in conjunction with our other pirate teaching resources such as the “Talk Like a Pirate” dictionary and glossary, or our Pirate Mini-Book Template.

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    Shandell Gammon

    These will be great for a barrier game!

    Shandell Gammon · Sep 11th, 2017

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