Decorate with pirate flags and paper goods.
Put on a cool pirate bandana hat and create some atmosphere by setting up some fun pirate background scenes like the ones below.
Design some fun invitations by typing the wording for your invitation into the applicable box at See How a Pirate Would Say It.
Next, copy and paste the new text into a text or graphic program and print on appropriate paper (see below). You can find some great fonts at Simply the Best. There are instructions for downloading and unzipping the fonts there also.
Print, buy or make some aged paper(burn edges and stain with tea). Then, roll up the paper, and tie with raffia(leave long tails on the raffia).
Finally, put some sand, a few small shells, and the rolled up invitations, in clean, dry water bottles(minus the labels), being sure to leave at least one raffia tail hanging outside of the bottle when you close the lid (needed to get the invitation out).
Hand deliver the bottled invitations or label them and ship them via the mail.
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Can You Speak Pirate Game - Match the pirate words and phrases to their correct definitions.
Can You Speak Pirate Answers:
A. Tar = Sailor / B. Grog = Any alcoholic drink / C. Chantey = A sailor's work song / D. Bilge! = Nonsense, foolish talk / E. Splice the mainbrace = Have a drink / F. Jolly Roger = Pirates' skull-and-crossbones flag / G. Prow = "Nose" of the ship / H. Addled = Mad, insane / I. Avast! = "Hey!" or "Who goes there?” / J. Lights = Lungs / K. Buccaneer = Caribbean pirate / L. Deadlights = Eyes / M. Handsomely = Quickly / N. Black Spot = Warning that a pirate is marked for death / O. Ahoy = "Hello!” / P. Corsair = Romantic term for pirate / Q. Gangway! = "Get out of my way!” / R. Bosun = Petty officer / S. Bowsprit = Slanted spar at a ship's prow / T. Davy Jones' locker = bottom of the sea
Pirates of Caribbean Trivia - A fun pirate quiz based on Disney's Pirates of the Caribbean movies.
Liar's Dice - Challenge your guests to this game of deception featured briefly on Pirates of the Caribbean.
Pirate Party Sword Fight Duel - Set up a balance beam and use toy swords. Have guests challenge each other to a sword fight.
Two participants mount the balance beam (not set too high off of the ground - you'll want to avoid injury) and draw their swords. They duel till one falls off the beam and the other is declared the winner.
I Challenge You - Guests are each given 10 pirate coins when they arrive. During the party they can challenge each other to any imaginable thing they can think of and bet as many of their coins as they wish. At the end of the party, the guest with the most coins wins a prize.
Search for the Glass Eyeball - Purchase a bag of large marbles. Paint 3 of them with white waterproof paint or nail polish (if they aren't white already) and then draw eyeballs on them. Throw them, along with the other marbles and a small basket of cherry tomatoes (or something comparable) in a tub. Add cooked pasta and jello and cover with a large cloth. At the party let guest put their hands in the goo (without looking) and try to pull out a glass eyeball. The three guests who find the eyeballs win.
Visitor submitted pirate scavenger hunt.
Mar 23, 18 02:41 PM
Use this Right Left Easter Game as a alternative way to exchange Easter treats and share the Bible Easter story. It's a great icebreaker for church parties and family Easter celebrations.
Mar 23, 18 01:41 PM
This resurrection eggs scavenger hunt combines the fun of an easter egg hunt with the challenge of knowing the Easter story.
Mar 16, 18 02:55 PM
The story of St Patrick is one of adventure, mystery, drama, action and more. Make it fun for every age to learn the story with a left right game about his life.