“Alone in his cabin, Pirate Glitterbeard sprinkled pink glitter
onto his beard and put on his finest pink skirt!”
All aboard The Heart’s Desire! PIRATE GLITTERBEARD loves everything pink and glittery. Will his crew rebel when they find out?
Pirate Glitterbeard written and illustrated by Oksanna and Larissa Crawley
~ages 4 to 8 years
~breaks down stereotypes of how people should act and dress.
Each link below summarizes the curriculum competencies, lesson plan overview, and more—and includes a link to a downloadable Word doc of the full lesson plan.
K/1 Social Studies & PHE – Family Diversity
K/1 Social Studies & PHE – Name Calling
2/3 English Language Arts & PHE – Gender Identity
2/3/4/5 English Language Arts & PHE– Questioning Gender Expectations
K/1/2 English Language Arts – Gender Identity and Friendship
K/1/2/3 English Language Arts, Social Studies & PHE - Pronouns
K/1/2/3/4 English Language Arts & Arts Education - Gender and Labels
4/5 Physical and Health Education – Gender Identity, Media and Stereotypes