What can you do with a bag of ducks?

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  • Give your ducks names
  • Can you say what the colours are?
  • Can you put them in pairs? Do the beaks match? Are two the same colour or size?
  • Which is big, which is small?
  • Count from 1 to 6
  • Play at adding ducks- one more, one less…
  • Have a duck race!  Who is 1st , 2nd, 3rd, 4th, 5th and 6th?
  • Play in/out as you put them in and get them out of the bag!
  • What sound does a duck make?
  • How does a duck move? Can it swim/can it fly? Can you walk like a duck?
  • Play hide and seek with the ducks
  • Google ‘duck rhymes’ and ‘duck stories’ to access lots of online resources to share about ducks!!!

There once was an ugly duckling…

 

Each pack contains 5 little ducks along with a mother/father with a prompt sheet to guide play

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Author: onoodlesstitchcraft

An erstwhile teacher who has taken a new path due to illness and returned to an earlier existence exploring her artistic and creative skills of stitchcraft. My oldest son laughs and says I am as mad as a spoon, qualifying the comment that I am not like other middle aged mothers... well hurrah for that! So what do I do? I love to cook, I am never without a craft project or a few on the go, I love my garden, walking, nature and the environment. I am a magpie for vintage patterns and love colour. I get pleasure from creating and giving to friends. I have a rabbit! I ride a bike and recycle... Drink too much tea and like nothing better than to lunch with friends. Snuggling up on cold winter nights is essential. I like the theatre; musicals and dance in particular. Amongst my favourite films are Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, Singing in the Rain and Fried Green Tomatoes. I love to read anything from Crime thrillers to classics (love Wuthering Heights) or biographies about inspirational people. I hate sexism or racism and disingenuous people. I value friendship and above all else my family.

5 thoughts on “What can you do with a bag of ducks?

  1. OH MY GOODNESSSSSSSS adorable!

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  3. Gorgeous! I love these 🙂

  4. Thank you. I had fun making them!

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