Duck? Rabbit? Oooh, I Have an Opinion! *FREEBIE! Duck or Rabbit. Kids color what they think and then write why.

Duck? Rabbit? Oooh, I Have an Opinion! *FREEBIE! Duck or Rabbit. Kids color what they think and then write why.

Duck! Rabbit! Point of View - taught a similar lesson this week with second graders and it was really successful!

Duck! Rabbit! Point of View - taught a similar lesson this week with second graders and it was really successful!

writing activity for OPINION .... read (or watch the video - link in this blog) Duck or Rabbit?  Kids choose which one and then provide 3 supporting facts for their opinion.

writing activity for OPINION .... read (or watch the video - link in this blog) Duck or Rabbit? Kids choose which one and then provide 3 supporting facts for their opinion.

Acting out the story of a picture books is a fun way to connect reading and movement. Craft stick puppets go well with Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Rosenthal

Duck! Rabbit! Puppets

Acting out the story of a picture books is a fun way to connect reading and movement. Craft stick puppets go well with Duck! Rabbit! by Amy Rosenthal

Duck! Rabbit! Opinion Writing and Class Graph for First Grade

Duck! Rabbit! Opinion Writing

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