Avast! Pirate Treasure Map Board Game
Gather your family around and set out to discover buried treasure and the treasure of spending time together! This printable, original board game has all the excitement of a pirate voyage across the bounding main, including shark attacks, mutiny, the Kraken, mermaids, mateys, and more!
Printable Avast! Game Board and Game Pieces
- Avast! Map: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4
- Avast! Pirate Loot Tokens
- Avast! Game Cards: Page 1 | Page 2 | Page 3 | Page 4
- Card Stock paper (optional)
- Poster board (optional)
- Glue (optional)
- Tea bag (optional)
- Paint brush (optional)
- Parchment colored printing paper (optional)
- Print the Avast! Board Game pages (Options: print on white paper, parchment-colored paper, or on card stock. To make white paper appear old – as in the picture – paint with a tea wash before taping together. See directions for tea wash below)
- Tape together the 4 pieces of the map. (Option: map pages printed on regular paper can be glued to a piece of poster board to make the game board more sturdy.)
- Print the Avast! Pirate Loot Tokens
- Cut out the Avast! Pirate Loot Tokens
- Print the Avast! Game Cards
- Cut out the Avast! Game Cards
To use a tea bag to make the map look old:
- Steep a black tea tea bag in 1/4 cup boiling water for 3 minutes
- Squeeze the tea bag dry over the cup and discard
- With the paint brush, paint the 4 pages of the map with the tea before taping them together
- Let dry or dry with a hair drier set on Low.
To Play the Game
- Each player chooses a Pirate Loot Token as their playing piece to move along the board
- Shuffle and stack the Game Cards
- Choose which player will go first
- Players choose the top card from the pile and follow the directions to move spaces on the game board.
- After moving, players should put their game card in a discard pile
- If Game Cards run out before the end of the game, flip over the discard pile and use the cards again
- The first player to arrive at the X on the map finds the treasure and is the winner!
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