Can you write a poem with the first letter of each line spelling 'duck'? Here we have a choice of 4 versions of our duck acrostic poem printable for you to display it on.
Make a walk to the park or a trip to the farm more interesting by learning about ducks with the help of our fun duck worksheets
A good word for practicing curved letter. Trace the word duck with first with a finger, then with pencil and finally colour in the duck.
Here's a fun way to practice early handwriting with our cute duck handwriting worksheet, trace the words and colour the ducks.
Here's a couple of useful notebooking pages featuring the duck. Use them when studying the bird, for writing stories, etc.
Our duck story paper doesn't have to be used for a story, why not write about what you see on a visit to feed the ducks?
Who doesn't love a trip to feed the ducks? Learn more about them with our fact finding duck worksheet.
Use our duck writing page to write up some research or to record a trip to feed the ducks. We have colour or black and white versions to chose from.
How cute is this little duckling? Your child can trace over both sets of dotted lines for extra pencil control practice, or perhaps trace a line between them. Don't forget to colour him in!
This duckling writing frame looks just like a "rubber ducky" or bath toy - but it is cute as a duckling for Spring or Farm themes too! The blank version of our writing frame can also be used as a useful template.
Use our ducks scene story paper for a spot of creative writing or for recording a farm visit? Choose from handwriting lines or regular lines to suit different ages and abilities.
Our farmyard path puzzle is a fun way to practice early maths skills. We have 3 versions of this simple addition puzzle for you; addition to 10, addition to 15 and a blank version to add your own numbers.