Follow along with the Lego Pirate Ship build that uses math lot of patience

Follow along with the Lego Pirate Ship build that uses math lot of patience. It takes a lot of patience to finish a big project like this one. We finally did it and finished the ship. It only took one year, 2 instructional booklets with over 250 steps. A very grumpy daddy did not help with the building process. We bought our ship the Last time we went to our favorite place on earth, Disney World.

Lego Pirate Ship

Lego Pirate Ship

To finish the Lego Pirate Ship project we had to read the instructions. From time to time we did a little math. It took way to long to search and find for each piece. In the end, our imagination guided us along the way. The kids took turns doing each thing and enjoyed watching the ship come together piece by piece.  

Just for fun we googled some info on pirates, shipbuilding, and watched Pirates of the Caribbean, Belle’s favorite movie. Now the kids can use their imagination sailing the high seas, attacking other ships and stealing all their treasure.  

Actually what they did is pretend that Barbie was captain and had a fashion show on board. Now that we are done, we can sit back and enjoy our masterpiece. I still have no idea where to display it.

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Follow our crazy journey across America as we visit roadside oddities, historical land marks and beautiful landscapes. I have ton of ideas and review educational products that will help you get the most on your home school adventure. We are an Unschool family that believes the world is our classroom and is teaching our children to self direct their education to a better future.