This product includes everything you need to successfully lead your students in completing a writing assignment for beginning writers. The topic of the writing is deciding if an optical illusion is a duck or a rabbit. This would work for a beginning opinion writing.* You will need the book "Duck! R
This the cutest worksheet to help kids with opinion writing. It is a word document and the thumbnail picture wouldn't load properly. The worksheet has an illustration of a duck...or is it a rabbit...and the students are directed to tell you their opinion with at least 3 reasons to support their de
This template includes the Duck or Rabbit picture with lines to write underneath. The students will color the picture as the animal that they see: a duck or a rabbit. Then they write about the specific details that describe the animal from their perspective. Perfect for a lesson on point of view/per
This is a really fun kit with many activities that respond to the book Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Rosenthal. This focuses on the Common Core Standard that requires students to write opinionated writing or arguments. There are many sentence starters for young learners, as well as blank pages for older chi
Are you looking for a hands-on, high-engagement unit to get your students excited about writing? Look no further! WARNING: This unit involves chocolate!
This 3 week unit covers the Common Core standards for
opinion writing for both 2nd and 3rd grades. This unit is perfect for 2nd graders! If
Perfect art/ craft activity to accompany the children's book, "Duck! Rabbit!" by Amy Krouse Rosenthal, a fun read aloud about perspective and trick of the eyes.Great for Reading Centers for all grade levels! Read aloud the story "Duck! Rabbit!" Get Your Copy or watch MaiStoryBooks FREE interactive
As you learn about farm animals, students practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills as they create puppets during morning work or centers! Create a duck, chicken, cow, horse, sheep, goat, pig, and rabbit! Glue pieces to brown paper bags. Write animal facts on the writing sheets, and glue to ba
As you learn about farm animals, students practice fine motor and visual-spatial skills as they create a goat, bunny, sheep, and duck during science or literacy centers!Contents:There are two printing options for each craft.Barn:Students cut out pieces for barn and animal of their choice. Students g
After you read Duck and Goose: Here Comes the Easter Bunny by Tad Hills, complete the craft and writing prompt during morning work, center time, or writing lesson! Students recall one or more of the places Duck and Goose hid in the story. They draw the settings on the drawing sheet. Glue drawing
Would You Rather questions gets students thinking, laughing, and reasoning making decisions about Easter and Spring! Watch students imagination and confidence increase while they are stating their opinion through writing!
Would You Rather
eat 10 sour lemon raindrops or
I have used this student teaching in different grade levels - so the writing activity is open ended and I would just tell them the directions or write it on the board. Start with the PowerPoint that includes a linked video for the book "Duck! Rabbit!" read-aloud, or if you have the book, read that a
A simple layout for opinion writing for the book, Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal. Students can use this paper after listening to the story to express their opinion about whether the figure is a duck or a rabbit.
My students just love persuasive writing opportunities..as do I! It allows them to be independent thinkers and writers and an opportunity to share their belief with the class. This Duck Or Rabbit craftivity is a great resource to add to your toolbox to help your students with their persuasive writin
Your students will love writing about if they would rather be a duck or a rabbit. This activity is great for an opinion writing unit or just for fun! I like doing this activity with The Golden Egg Book by Margaret Wise Brown. The students will write about which animal they would rather be and make t
This Grade One Language Arts lesson plan encourages students to take part in a debate and use persuasive voice. During a reading of Amy Krouse Rosenthal's Duck! Rabbit!, students choose whether they believe the animal in question is a rabbit or a duck and read the corresponding side of the story in
**Opinion Writing in Kindergarten... the quick and easy way**
This set is a great way to give your students practice with opinion writing. There are over 60 different “this or that” writing prompts. On each page, there are two choices at the top. Students choose o
This is a fun springtime unit that was created with activities for rabbits. chickens and ducks. It is a perfect unit to complete right before Easter break or in the Spring. There are fiction literacy connections to several spring books, loads of writing activities, word work activities, non-fiction
What a fun compliment to the book Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Krouse Rosenthal and Tom Lichtenheld! Templates are included for your class to make either/both Duck and Rabbit. There are 3 writing activities included to choose from. You can copy the templates directly onto cardstock, or use them as tracers
Sequencing, vocabulary, writing, and more! A Literacy Book Companion Unit with Comprehension & Fun Activities, based on the book Duck! Rabbit! , by Amy Krouse Rosenthal & Tom Litchenheld. (Book not included)This 40-page packet provides a variety of levels to reach each individual student. Pl
This mini pack includes five activities (4 depending on if you use both sequencing cards or not) to accompany the text Splat the Cat Where's the Easter Bunny by Rob Scotton.
Activities included are:
Sequence Cards: Sequencing cards to use while reading the text. The cards are for the images that
As you learn about animals in Spring, work on fine motor and visual-spatial skills with this craft and writing pack! During your science lesson, research rabbits, chickens, and lambs. During your writing lesson, students write facts on differentiated writing sheets. There are also options to dra