We also made these darling ducky/bunnies.
I looked at several printables for these, and this one, FREE from Kay Sommer on TPT, I felt was not only the best of the lot, but that I couldn't create one any better.
I did, however, resize them to fit on a single sheet of paper. You could simply change your printer settings to print 2 pages on 1 sheet landscape.
The poems read:
"My little duck is really funny, turn him over and he is a bunny." "My little bunny brings me luck, I turn him over and he is a duck."
The older children could read these through fine. A lot of their sight words are included, which I loved.
These were surprisingly successful.
The older children did a remarkable job of coloring in the lines and cutting out their own. They were also able to add a yellow feather for the duck's wing and a cotton ball for the bunny's tail. the little ones didn't get those choking hazards.
We did several rounds of "5 Little Ducks" as a puppet show. It works out great since we have 6 students here. Five ducks and one momma. Everyone had to have a turn playing momma.
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