Mama Duck has a good hunch that the big brown creature waddling behind her babies is no duck! As the foxy impostor sneaks closer and closer to Mama Duck’s trailing brood, little ones will delight in shouting out his identity. Infectious rhythms and fresh, expressive watercolors liven up the pursuit, which ends when Mama Duck confronts the villain, beak to snout, and beats him at his own game.
Another fun to read out loud pre-k book.
Have You Seen My Duckling? by Nancy Tafuri
*Painted Pebbles* Materials- Small stones, Acrylic paint and brushes. Instructions- Gather smooth stones in various shapes and sizes. Imagine what each stone's shape lends itself to. For example, a wide, rounded stone would make a good fat cat. Or perhaps a group of stones will inspire a family of critters like a brood of ducklings. Use the paints to realize your artistic vision. Variations- Use stones to create colorful & helpful markers for a garden, place at the end of a plant's row.
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