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A Day With Ducklings rhyming and activity book introduces children to the watery world of North American ducklings! This book allows children to spend a day with three adorable mallard ducklings and their Mom and Dad. These adventurous little ones are curious, playful, and hungry! Their parents guide them through a variety of activities such as swimming, eating, and learning to fly.
The paperback book is packed with vivid illustrations, an energetic song and dance, science facts, crafts, and hands-on activities that will keep kids engaged for hours.
Age Range: 0 to 6 years old
Paperback Book: 40 pages; thick, glossy coated 100# paper pages
Product Dimensions: .1 x 8.5 x 8.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 6oz
These books are rich in facts and activities, including:
Mallard duck fact pages
Activities page – enrich learning through song, dance, crafts, pretending, critical thinking, and more
North American duck pages – more interesting facts for our future ornithologists!
Song with sheet music
Ducky Slide dance instruction
Be A Duck Scientist – enrichment worksheet
Books teach when children are actively engaged. The terminology, facts, and art in A Day With Ducklings are all accurate. This book has been reviewed by science professionals.
Multi-tiered learning opportunities
About the Authors:
Tiffany Polino – An elementary and middle school music teacher, Tiffany was inspired to begin writing music after the birth of her first child. She and her family have enjoyed performing her playful animal tunes at the zoo. She has recorded her songs with husband Jeff, and the singles are available for download.
Jennifer Cahall – Jennifer has always had a passion for nature and animals. She has experience in the fields of education, science and advertising. Most recently, Jennifer has developed multimedia science education modules and other science materials for K-12 students.
About the Illustrator:
Margaret Pence is an amazing artist! She is a professional illustrator for medical and science education publications. As an adjunct professor, she shares her knowledge and skills with college students as well. Her love of animals, wildlife, and nature is evident in the beautiful illustrations found in the Jumpin’ Junior team books.