Pirates: a parody video made by nine-year-olds.

Filmmaking, Young Creators  /   /  By Stone Soup Editors
Stone Soup Magazine
November/December 2016

A parody of the blockbuster, Pirates of the Caribbean,  by nine-year-olds. Exaggerating gestures, calling attention to possibly ridiculous plot lines are aspects of what make parodies work. Talk about this video — what makes it funny — and apply ideas developed in the conversation in a writing project.

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