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5 Little Ducks – Visual Aids / Stick puppets

Five Little Ducks Number Rhyme

About This Primary Resource

A set of visual aids / stick puppets featuring images relevant to the ‘5 little ducks went swimming one day’ number rhyme. It’s a wonderful song that’s always popular with young children and which helps promote basic mathematical development.

The images could be cut out with their borders and used as flash cards or you could cut around them and attach to a stick and use as stick puppets.

Also includes an illustrated A4 poster with the words of the song.

This resource is ideal to use to bring the song to life in your school or early years setting.

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  1. Katja ODwyer

    working in EY so enjoy this page

  2. Lynette Weaver

    Using for a toddler group

  3. Lynette Weaver

    Handy resources

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