Pirates Display Quote Cut-Out Speech Bubbles

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Pirates Display Quote Cut-Out Speech Bubbles - Pirate, Pirates, Topic, Display, Posters, Freize, Fantasy topic, treasure, landlubber, shiver me timbers

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  • Jun 16th

    Will use this for decoration during a fun summer unit about pirates.

  • Oct 28th

    Pirate Display for English Yr 3

  • Sep 25th

    Pirate Day

  • Aug 7th

    3rd grade classroom decor.

  • Mar 20th

    Summer School

  • Feb 26th

    Pirate adventure writing

  • Jan 14th

    Good for role play!!

  • Jan 8th

    talk like a pirate day display in my public library

  • Dec 29th

    Role play area [pirate ship].

  • Sep 3rd

    role play home corner

Pirates Display Quote Cut-Out Speech Bubbles

Pirates Display Quote Cut-Out Speech Bubbles - A fun set of pirate based quotes, perfect for a display. Why not ask your children to design their own pirate and then add the quotes to finish. We like the parrot the most!
This resource is available in Standard, Black and White, PDF and Precursive.
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    • Twinkl added Precursive Version on Jul 11th
    • Twinkl added Black and White Version on Feb 29th
    • Twinkl added PDF Version on Feb 29th
    • Twinkl updated the Main Version on Feb 26th

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