Wednesday, March 7, 2012

Duck and Goose Packet

Here is my Duck and Goose packet.  I guest posted this last weekend but I thought I would post it on my blog for anyone that may have missed it.  :)




I LOVE, LOVE, LOVE the Duck and Goose books by Tad Hill.  The illustrations are adorable and the books lend themselves to many different learning activities for kids.  For my first packet I had to start with my favorite books!  J


This packet has activities for reading, writing, math and art.  All the activities are based on the stories Duck and Goose and Duck, Duck, Goose by Tad Hill.  It is an easy packet to print and use for a substitute teacher.  Simply print the packet and fill it into your daily schedule. 


You can access this Duck and Goose Reading, Writing, Math and Art packet by visiting my TPT store!
 
Along with the packet I am offering two more Duck and Goose FREEBIES right here on my blog! 
The first FREEBIE is venn diagram I created to compare Duck and Goose.  In order to download this FREE document simply click here!


 This is also a fun idea to do with the story Duck and Goose.  I drew the characters from the cover.  Then I cut circles on a die cut machine.  The students colored the polka dots on the circle with crayon.  Then they finger painted over the circle with sweetened condensed milk.  It made the balls look glossy.  This is a really fun and easy activity. 
Before 


After


 For younger kids you can even use circle stickers for the polka dots.  We did this for kindergarten round-up one year and it worked great.


 In this last Duck and Goose FREEBIE students will decorate their own ball.  Then they will write about something they would like to do outside with their ball.  To download this FREEBIE just click here!



To find my entire Duck and Goose Reading, Writing, Math and Art Packet visit my TPT store!  I hope you enjoy these books as much as I do!! 

1 comment:

  1. What a cute idea for this book! Your blog is precious too!

    Erica

    www.sprinklestokindergarten.blogspot.com

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