Every pirate captain would have made good use of his barrels of rum to keep his men in line! Here's a barrel for the kids to trace, which offers some excellent practice in circles and near vertical lines.
Pirate Tracing Pages
Our pirate tracing pages are a great way to give the kids some pencil control practice while capturing a current interest in all things pirate! Most have two dotted lines. We've designed them that way so that younger children can trace between the lines with felt tip pen or crayon, while older kids can trace over both sets of dotted lines for extra practice.
No self-respecting pirate of yore would have been without his bottle - or keg - of rum! Here's one for the kids to trace. Younger children should use a felt tip pen or crayon to trace in the channels between the dotted lines. Older kids should trace them all.
Trace between or over the dotted lines of this Jolly Roger flag. Watch out, though - there must be pirates nearby!
Trace the lines of this lovely pirate ship - there's no mistaking it, with its Jolly Roger flying high!
Trace the lines of this pirate hat, complete with skull and crossbones, for plenty of pencil control practice.
This ship's wheel tracing page is quite a challenge, whether you choose to trace between the dotted lines (younger kids) or over all the dotted lines. Encourage your child to take care and produce the best version they can.
Hee's a gruesome tracing page for pirate fans! Trace the skull and crossbones - either between the lines on or both sets. The outlines are simple so you could also cut out the tracing and mount it on black paper to make your own jolly roger!