These Ferdinand Forest and the pirate pickle ‘Wanted’ posters are the perfect space for children to develop their understanding of some of the main characters in our book.

Can the children put these pirate-themed words from Ferdinand Forest and the pirate pickle in alphabetical order and then research what they mean?

What facts can you find in text and what can you infer?

Make your own vocabulary cards with these words from Ferdinand Forest and the pirate pickle.

Can children match the favourite book to the teacher?

Use this chart to identify the key elements of a story.

These bookmarks provide a handy reminder of some common spelling rules.

Match the seafaring word to its definition with these pirate vocabulary flash cards.

Match the seafaring word to its definition with these pirate vocabulary flash cards.

These bookmarks provide a handy reminder of some common spelling rules.

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