We have learned lots about pirates already. Andrew and Danielle found an old non-fiction book about pirates and found out that a pirate gun is called a musket. We have been writing a list of new vocabulary, here Harrison is adding ‘maggots’ to the list. He found out that pirate’s food was often full of maggots…blurgh!!!!
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