Duck? Rabbit? Oooh, I Have an Opinion! *FREEBIE! Duck or Rabbit. Kids color what they think and then write why.

Oooh, I Have an Opinion! Duck or Rabbit. Kids color what they think and then write opinion statement.

First Grade Fairytales: Duck? Rabbit? Oooh, I Have an Opinion! *FREEBIE!

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Opinion Writing with Duck! Rabbit! Mentor Text

Opinion Writing with Duck! Rabbit! Mentor Text

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 vote on which animal they think the picture shows: duck or rabbit.

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 vote on which animal they think the picture shows: duck or rabbit.

Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal (Chronicle Books): For teaching about different perspectives!

A clever take on the age-old optical illusion: is it a duck or a rabbit? From the award-winning author of Little Pea, Little Hoot, and Little Oink comes Duck.

Rabbit AND Duck {craft and note taking sheets} FREE - Kay Sommer - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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.

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Acting out the story of a picture books is a fun way to connect reading and movement. Craft stick puppets go well with Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Rosenthal

Duck! Rabbit! Puppets

Acting out the story of a picture books is a fun way to connect reading and movement. Craft stick puppets go well with Duck! by Amy Rosenthal Love this book great visual read aloud!

While the narrative doesn't make this a easy stortyime read, it is a fun challenge for the kids to try to see both the duck, and the rabbit, throughout the book.

" by Amy Krouse Rosenthal & Tom Lichtenheld The kids love this optical illusion book and I love reading it to them. Is it a duck or is it a rabbit?

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