Published January 8, 2008
by Robin Corey Books .
Written in English
|Contributions||Heather Cahoon (Illustrator)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||24|
10 Little Rubber Ducks, written by Eric Carle, is a book about ten little rubber ducks that are all packaged up together and shipped away on a boat. However, one stormy night they all fall off and drift apart in different directions, one left, one right, one South, one North, one East, one West, and so on/5. A witty and whimsical take on a favorite rhyme, plus amusing photographs, make this oversize board book irresistible fun--and a great way for youngsters to practice counting too. 10 rubber duckies sitting on the tub. They all move over, and one falls in: glub, glub, glub. This delightful twist on the popular song follows nine sunny yellow /5(4). Ten Rubber Duckies is a great introduction to numbers and counting, but even the youngest child will enjoy the colorful pictures and touching the raised ducklings. Children are never too young to be read to; it gives them a head start to reading themselves/5. Ten Rubber Duckies is a primary counting book teaching children to count backwards from 10 to 1. This book starts off with 10 ducks racing and by the turn of each page one duck is left behind or eliminated for various reasons (being to slow or getting distracted). This book is 4/5.
Everything you want to know about rubber duckies is in this book. I love this book. I am a rubber duckie collector myself. I like learning the history of rubber duckies. And I also enjoyed learning about the different companies that make them/5(3). 10 Little Rubber Ducks by Eric Carle! It is a sweet story of a box of rubber duckies who fall off of their transport ship and out of their box into the ocean. Each rubber duckie meets a different ocean animal on his adventure. Perfect for summer! The book counts from one to ten as it . Ten Rubber Duckies is from the same folks who created Ten Little Ladybugs and Good Night, Sweet Butterflies–two books that started a phenomenon, selling more than million copies en and parents will love cheering for their favorite rubber ducky in this fun-filled race. With each turn of the page, one of the ten rubber duckies splashes closer to the finish line. Ten little duckies. Ten little, nine little, eight little duckies. Seven little, six little, five little duckies. Four little, three little, two little duckies. One little ducky. About Cocomelon.
Make a counting book. Read Ten Little Rubber Ducks right through on the first day. On the second day read the book and talk about the story and the pictures. On day three, count how many ducks are on each page. Choose a number and have the children create . This is an epic adventure that takes 10 rubber duckies on unique journeys. This book is a classic Eric Carle tale. A witty and whimsical take on a favorite rhyme, plus amusing photographs, make this oversize board book irresistible fun--and a great way for youngsters to practice counting too. 10 rubber duckies sitting on the tub. They all move over, and one falls in: glub, glub, glub. - Explore sharonlayjones's board "Book-ten little rubber ducks", followed by people on Pinterest. See more ideas about Rubber duck, Eric carle and Duck crafts pins.