We just had a fun pirate birthday party this weekend. I saw these frozen boats on Pinterest, and decided to take it a step further by adding tiny plastic sea creatures and fake coins and jewels. The kids had to melt or break the boats to find the buried treasures inside. I also added a little food coloring to the water before freezing to add a bit of mystery, or "hide the treasure" so to speak.
Ice Pirate Ship Craft for Kids from Camp Sunny Patch
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PIRATE PARTY!!! There are loads of games to keep kids entertained. “Every party guest got a simple treasure map with stations marked on it. Each station had a prize or activity. Walk the plank for a felt pirate hat and gold coin, bean bag toss for bandana braids and an eye patch, a tattoo station where they traded a gold coin for temporary ink, a treasure chest to collect necklaces and rings, and then the kids gathered at the ships for the magic show.”
Pirate ship and styrofoam cannonballs at a pirate party - so fun!
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