Every pirate loves a treasure hunt, so why not write up some simple clues and hide them around the house? A simple pirate snack is also a must because pirates work up a big appetite searching for treasure!
And, of course, a pirate craft is always fun. Here is a simple pirate ship craft you can make with your little ones.
First, download the free pirate ship template that you can find here.
Then, have your child color the pieces, cut them out, and glue them in place. (In addition to the template, you'll also need three popsicle sticks, a few Cheerios, and some glue.) Isn't it a cute little craft?
And... if your little one loves using his/her imaginations to go on "play adventures", you should totally check out our new favorite toy -- the Imaginext Rescue City Centre.
Rescue City Centre features a city scape with lots of action! The left side features a gas station, a currency exchange, and a jewelry store. The right side of the set is equipped with a fire station, police station and hospital. It also comes with two figures, a fire truck and lots of interactive sounds and actions. Seriously... it is a lot of fun! My boys haven't stopped playing with it since we got it.
Also, be sure to check out the Fisher-Price website for lots of new "Ed Venture" content and a great contest. Contestants are able to play an online game and unlock the next phase of the game by solving clues. You'll have a chance to win 1 of 5 $300 Imaginext prize packs including the Imaginext Rescue City Centre, Imaginext Mega Apatasaurus, Imaginext Eagle Talon Castle, and Imaginext Batcave.
What types of adventures do your little ones like to go on?
Gina (aka East Coast Mommy)
Disclosure: I am part of the Fisher-Price Imaginext Blogger Campaign with Mom Central Canada and I receive special perks as part of my affiliation with this group. The opinions on this blog are my own.