Arrrr, Me Mateys!

1talk-like-a-pirate[1]Talk like a Pirate Day,” September 19th be fast upon us! Why not spend the day swashbucklin’ by perusin’ these great grand resources for yer little lads and lasses?

How to Be a Pirate in Seven Easy Songs
This reproducible mini-musical transforms landlubber students into proud pirates, through story, song and simple costumes and props.
Pirates! The Musical
Join this salty crew of colorful scallywags, hoist the Jolly Roger and set sail for a mighty adventure. Perfect for upper elementary and middle school performers

Treasure Island
Based on Robert Louis Stevenson’s classic, this 55-minute adaptation introduces Jim, Billy Bones, Long John Silver and a host of interesting characters and features eight original songs.

Pirates of Penzance
One of Gilbert and Sullivan’s most popular operettas has been carefully edited and condensed for young performers. This 70-minute version includes all your favorite characters and choruses from the original.

Ruth E. Schram’s collection Every Day’s a Holiday includes an original number for “Talk like a Pirate Day,” as well as songs in a variety of styles for creative holidays all year round.

Our Principal’s a Pirate Packed with humor and set in a jolly, pirate-style jig (complete with genuine pirate lingo), this 2-part choral arrangement even features a simple spoken part to involve your own principal.

The Pirate’s Life Uncover a hidden treasure with this swashbuckling 2-part novelty song. From the first “Yo-ho!” to the final “Yarr!” it’s rollicking fun all the way.

If ye be needin’ more idears, holler at us!


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  1. For Teh Lulz

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