On our next venture out to pirate ridden seas we learn about good ole Jolly Roger.
The Jolly Roger is a traditional pirate flag with a white skull and crossbones on a black background. It’s a symbol associated with piracy, danger, and defiance, often flown to intimidate and announce the presence of pirates at sea. The term “Jolly Roger” likely originated from the French “joli rouge” meaning “pretty red,” referring to the red flags early pirates used.
After learning about it, we decided to make our own versions of them.
We looked at some examples and went to work.
We also did some of our Wednesday SuperKids and practiced the dialogue with our friends.
Fair winds and flowing seas, mateys!