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Duck or Rabbit

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Duck or Rabbit shares the great debate of if an object is a duck or a rabbit. I will use this book in my classroom to encourage my students to be creative. I rate this book a four out of five stars and it is a 16 on the DRA level. Kindergarten Language Arts, Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Writing A Book, Fiction Writing, Writing Tips, Teaching Resources, Teaching Ideas, Literacy

Duck or Rabbit FREEBIE

This is a great complement to your unit on Rabbits or an Easter unit. It goes with the book: Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld, which is a great book to get some discussion going about point of view. After reading the book with your class, you will be able to have a class...

 -- by Amy Krouse Rosenthal Graphing using this book Opinion Writing, Persuasive Writing, Teaching Writing, Essay Writing, Writing Prompts, Teaching Ideas, Elementary Library, Art Lessons Elementary, Elementary Schools

Duck! Rabbit! -- by Amy Krouse Rosenthal

Duck! Rabbit! is one of the most clever children's books we've seen in a long time. This page lists reading levels, lesson ideas, inside pages…

Opinion Writing Unit - Lots of fun ideas and printables! Would be fun to turn this into a persuasive writing assignment. Kindergarten Writing, Teaching Writing, Student Teaching, Writing Activities, Writing Curriculum, Kindergarten Classroom, Classroom Decor, Teaching Ideas, Opinion Writing

Different kinds of opinion writing! Thanks Lucy Calkins for your ideas!

Different kinds of opinion writing! Thanks Lucy Calkins for your ideas! by Athensgirl on Indulgy.com

Use these pages to support the teaching of persepctive, persuasion or opinions with the story Duck! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld. Writing Ideas, Writing Activities, Writing A Book, Math Classroom, Classroom Setup, Maths, Duck Or Rabbit, 1st Grade Writing, Kindergarten Books

Duck or Rabbit? Class Graph and Writing

Use these pages to support the teaching of persepctive, persuasion or opinions with the story Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld.

Is it a Duck or is it a Rabbit? Let your class decide. Enjoy this delightful story by Amy Rosenthal. Decorate Data Collection Write a paragraph Writing with senses Writing using text and recall. Michele Also see YES DAY Packet. Anchor Books, Writing Anchor Charts, Kindergarten Reading Activities, Literacy Activities, Fact And Opinion, Opinion Writing, Paragraph Writing, Duck Or Rabbit, Pond Animals

Friday Freebie!!

Spring is upon us and two popular Springtime animals are the duck and the rabbit so.... Why not begin with the delightful story by Amy Rose...

Duck Rabbit Craft- read the book Duck, Rabbit. I would place the stick closer to the rabbits foot and on the duck side I would say "I'm a little duck and it may sound funny, when you turn me over I'm a bunny. I would also add a few feathers on the duck. Duck Crafts, Rabbit Crafts, Bunny Crafts, Easter Crafts, Easter Projects, Easter Ideas, Easter Activities, Spring Activities, Book Activities

Rabbit AND Duck {craft and note taking sheets} FREE

This reversible craft features a duck on one side and a rabbit on the other. Great for Spring or Easter! Includes: Patterns Photos of finished project 4 note taking sheets (rabbits and ducks) Read my BLOG POST on making this craft! Stay updated on my new products and FREEBIES by following me! J...

: (Bunny Books, Read Aloud Family Books, Books for Young children book by Amy Krouse Rosenthal . New York Times bestselling children's book!Smart, simple story that will make readers of all ages eager to take a side: Fact And Opinion, Opinion Writing, Persuasive Writing, Argumentative Writing, Writing Rubrics, Essay Writing, Writing Lab, Paragraph Writing, Kindergarten Writing

10 + 1 Picture Books to Teach Inference

I remember I was told to teach inference as a 4th grade teacher, it was one of the many skills students were supposed to develop in literacy, and I was a stickler for following the rules. So the f…