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Pirate Week!

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Welcome to Pirate Week! This week we’ll share some fun activities and inspiration for all your little Pirates including a fun giveaway! But first your pirate must be outfitted in proper attire which includes a hook.

You may have seen this DIY hook before – it’s super easy. Just cut a hole or slit in a plastic cup, form a hook from some tin foil and slip in the hole. I was informed that pirates did NOT have blue hook bases so we covered our cup with black duct tape.

However, everyone knows that a good pirate doesn’t just have a hook.

A pirate can’t eat sushi without chop sticks 😉

And a pirate can’t draw a treasure map with a fork

And apparently a cookie needs to be eaten with a spoon

This is a fun way to incorporate activities for a party or an at home pirate day. Give them different inserts to complete different tasks. You could even use this for doing chores – cleaning the countertops is so much more fun with a sponge hand than without.

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Allison Waken is a wife, mom of boys and Phoenix, AZ native. She has been creating inspiring content for All for the Boys since 2011. Allison loves travel, movies and spending as much time as possible with her family while she can!

4 Comments

  1. oh, pirates: a so good idea!
    Come to see my little pirate on my blog, I knit a red beard.
    More quickly, you can cut it in a piece of fur, and cut two holes to cross ears.
    enjoy with this week, thank

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