What would a Pirate be without Treasure? Perhaps you could provide Treasure Maps and allow the Pirates to go on their very own hunt.
If you want to get creative, you could Paint a big picture of a Pirate and have a fun round of 'Pin the Parrot on the Pirate'. The blindfolded Pirate that gets closest to placing the Parrot on the Pirates shoulder wins a Prize.
Pirates always need beards and tattoos. Why not have a competition for painting the best beards and tattoos onto eachother - or better yet, make the little Pirates do it left handed!
Pirate Charades could be a fun option. All the words that have to be acted out have to be Pirate themed of course.
A classic game to play could be a Pirate themed Duck, Duck, Goose - like Rascal, Rascal, Pirate! All the children sit in a circle, with one child making their way around each person naming them Rascal, Rascal as they go. When they name someone a Pirate, the 'Pirate' must get up and try to catch the first child before they make it back to their seat. The next child then get their turn.
Your Pirate Party can be as elaborate or creative as you want it to be, the only limit, of course is your Imagination!
Top Tips to Creating a Scallywag Worthy Pirate Party
Ahoy me Hearties! Gather ye Rapscallions for a fun and unforgettable Pirate Themed Birthday Party.
What a fun Rascal birthday theme - This theme is perfect for a Boys Party since there is so much Swashbuckling and Walking the Plank to do, however, Pink Pirate Parties for Girls have become popular recently, as well as mixed kids Pirate Parties.
Set your compass to True North and follow these ideas to a Grrrreat Party: