Coolest Kid Birthday Parties

Pirate, Pirate, CAPTAIN

by Paige

It is quite simple, it's just a pirate-version of Duck, Duck, Goose.
Have the kids sit in a circle, and choose one person to be "IT". Then he/she walks around the circle, tapping each person on the head, saying "Pirate" until they choose the "Captain". The 'Captain' then stands up and the two run around the circle in the opposite direction until one reaches the spot that the 'Captain' was sitting. The person who didn't make it is now "IT"

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Pin the patch on the pirate

Make a pirate face poster or print one to pin on a missing patch, then blind fold the kids and the person who gets it on, or the closeset wins.

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Pin the Treasure Chest

Played just like Pin the Tail on the Donkey but instead use a treasure map!

Use poster board to create your map with an X where the treasure chest should be buried.

Give each child a cut out of a treasure chest with their name on it.

Blind fold the child than have them stick their treasure chest on the map as close as they can to the X.

Which ever child is the closest wins!

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Cannon Balls in the Crows Nest Pirate Game

by Debra B.
(Downingtown, PA, USA)

Tape a straw (topped with a paper pirate flag) to the inside of a black plastic drinking cup (this is a Crow's Nest). Paint some ping pong balls black with craft paint (these are the Cannon Balls).

Make several Crow's Nests and write points on them (more points for cups set farther away). Have the kids try to toss the balls into the cups.

It helps to put something heavy in the bottom of each cup so that they don't tip over easily.

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