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Quack! Make way for learning about ducks. Just gather some duck books, your students, and print out our free Duck Lapbook.
Ducks Lapbook Lessons
Here are some sample lessons from the Ducks Lapbook:
Dabbling Ducks vs. Diving Ducks
Dabbling Ducks like to live in shallow waters, rising quickly when they take off. Their food is close to the surface of the water, and their diet is made up of water plants, seeds, insects, worms, and snails.
Diving Ducks are known for their diving abilities, going down as far as 25 feet to grab their food, which consists of water plants, fish, clams, and snails. They float in the water lower than Dabbling Ducks and also have smaller wings, so in order to take off for flight, they run on the water to gain speed.
Duck predators include racoons, hawks, foxes, and snapping turtles.
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Ducks Lapbook Printables
In addition to the research and lessons, the file includes these mini-books for your student to create a Duck Lapbook:
- Characteristics of Waterfowl Simple Fold
- Duck Species Matchbook
- Duck Names Flap Book
- The Most Common Duck File Folder
- Habitats Duck (with moveable wing)
- What Does a Duck Say? Flap Book
- What Is Migration? Simple Fold Book
- Homing Behavior Simple Fold Book
- Dabbling Ducks vs. Diving Ducks Shutterfold Book
- Nests & Eggs Tri-fold Book
- Look What I Can Do (Duck Babies) Layer Book
- Predators Accordion Book
- New Words Flap Book
- Duck Fun Facts T-book
- Ducks on the Farm
- Duck Phrases Simple Folds
- Duck Coloring Page
Note: Some of these mini-books will require additional research.
This sample lapbook was created with two file folders. If you are new to lapbooking, check out our Lapbook Guide.
How to Get Started with Your Ducks Lapbook
Follow these simple instructions to get started with the Ducks Lapbook.
- If you want, go to your local library and check out books about ducks. Read these books throughout the week with your student.
- Print the Ducks Lapbook.
- Choose and prepare the mini-books you want to use with your student.
- Enjoy a week of reading and learning all about ducks.
Download Your Free Ducks Lapbook
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