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Have each of the letters spelling "pirates" on heavy colored tag board. Put the script for each letter on the back of the tag board. Each boy in turn brings his letter from behind his back, holds it up for all to see and reads what his letter represents.

P stands for Pirates, dangerous and wild.

Who rode the sea, bad weather or mild.

I stands for Islands, where pirates would gather

to divide the loot between each other.

R stands for Ransoms the pirates would demand

when they took hostages from the ships onto land.

A stands for admirals and all the ship's crew

who would die if attacked by you know who.

T stands for Treasures, silver and gold

taken by all pirates, young and old.

E stands for Exciting Battles to the death.

Who would win? Who would be left?

S stands for Seas and all types of Ships.

The pirates were feared on all long trips.


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