Five Little Ducks

We often sing the Five Little Ducks Went Swimming One Day at our children's parties. Let your imagination go wild with this because with a little creativity you can make your girl's room anything from a Disney Princess room to a nursery rhyme room. After mama duck quacked, the girl holding the number 5 hid her duck behind her back, and the we raised up the remaining ducks as we counted 1, 2, 3, 4. He lined his ducks up, took them for a swim over the hill, looked at the numbers and counted his ducks and used his imagination to play with his ducks in the pond.

And here's one more tip from our Video Books for your Baby Shower Cake: If you make the petit fours with poured fondant, store in a covered cardboard box in a cool dry place such as an air-conditioned room, or if they contain perishable fillings, in the refrigerator.

Five Little Ducks Flipbook with Interactive Pieces Attach the little ducks” with Velcro to the last page which shows throughout the story. To make our five little ducks pool noodle I used a sharp knife to cut five rings out of a recycled Pringle tin and tidied up the edges using scissors. This is a story of a Five Little Ducks mother duck who loses her five little ducks one by one and then finally getting them all back. This rhyme is so much fun because you're counting UP and not down, which is typical for counting rhymes. This nursery rhyme is done with appropriate hand gestures, then the preschool children can all run about after the last verse.

Over the past few weeks I adapted Five Little Ducks to incorporate their feelings and worked with PowToon to animate it. It's the first time I've used PowToon so there was plenty of experimenting going on! Today I want to share ideas around Nursery Rhymes - some I've written about before, and others are brand new.



Preschool Learning Fun” is available in Full CD Download Full CD Downloads arrive in a zip file with all of the songs and a printable PDF with the lyrics. Girls love cuddly sweet animals, so think about possibly incorporating kittens, puppies, or little ducks in the décor for your child's nursery. Start with all 5 ducks in front of the class and after each verse, as one of the ducks disappears, have one student hide near by. We used it with the baby class (Mother Goose) and they loved it. They quacked along with the song lyrics and really enjoyed the page cut outs. If 5 Little Ducks wasn't enough, we also have another remarkably similar song on the site called Six Little Ducks !

And here's one more tip from our Video Books for your Baby Shower Cake: If you make the petit fours with poured fondant, store in a covered cardboard box in a cool dry place such as an air-conditioned room, or if they contain perishable fillings, in the refrigerator.

Let your imagination go wild with this because with a little creativity you can make your girl's room anything from a Disney Princess room to a nursery rhyme room. After mama duck quacked, the girl holding the number 5 hid her duck behind her back, and the we raised up the remaining ducks as we counted 1, 2, 3, 4. He lined his ducks up, took them for a swim over the hill, looked at the numbers and counted his ducks and used his imagination to play with his ducks in the pond.

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