Since my daughter likes ducks so much, I decided to do some mini-units on ducks. One thing I decided to do was prepare a small craft and writing (“craftivity”) for us to enjoy!
To make this craft, I printed the duck templates onto colored paper (both of my kids wanted orange ducks; I made a yellow duck).
We cut out the pieces and put it together.
I helped the kids write their sentences. I made it blank primary-grade lines so they could write whatever they wanted!
On mine, I wrote, “My favorite duck book is Just Ducks.” On Strawberry’s we wrote, “A baby duck is called a duckling.” Raisin wanted, “I like to watch ducks.”
Strawberry insisted that hers have the BIG eyes. That is why hers looks a little bit like an owl.
My daughter loves her duck. She wanted her duck to come in her crib during nap time. She likes talking to her duck too.
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