The Chick and the Duckling

The Chick and the Duckling As Duckling sets off to explore the world Chick is close behind mimicking each of his actions with a perky Me too But when Duckling decides to go for a swim his friend is in for a surprise This cha

  • Title: The Chick and the Duckling
  • Author: Vladimir Suteev José Aruego Ariane Aruego Mirra Ginsburg
  • ISBN: 9780689712265
  • Page: 296
  • Format: Paperback
  • As Duckling sets off to explore the world, Chick is close behind, mimicking each of his actions with a perky Me too But when Duckling decides to go for a swim, his friend is in for a surprise This charming tale, with brightly colored illustrations by Jose Aruego and Ariane Dewey, will delight small children who are also discovering the world around them.

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    About “Vladimir Suteev José Aruego Ariane Aruego Mirra Ginsburg

    • Vladimir Suteev José Aruego Ariane Aruego Mirra Ginsburg

      Vladimir Grigor evich Suteev Russian was a Russian author, illustrator and animator who primarily wrote stories for children He was the founder of animated cartoon industry in the USSR.

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    • This book was a little simple. I probably would not read this out loud to a class, however, I would keep it in the class room. I could use it for individuals that had troubles reading or I could have the students read it to me.



    • My daughter is a beginning reader. One of the books she recently picked to read to me was The Chick and the Duckling by Mirra Ginsburg.The book is about two eggs who hatch: a chick and a duckling. The duckling takes charge and chick wants to do everything the duckling is doing. That works fine until the duckling discovers swimming!As the book is designed for beginning readers, it has a lot of repetition and simple, easy to sound out words. For me sitting through the story, it's pretty dull, but [...]


    • I would stat out by asking my students what type of animals these babies are called and what. the term for them is."what should they do about gettingte same worm?" I would continue to talk about the good sides and bad sides of competition. "What did the chick learn?" I did not like that the chick nearly drowned.Interest LevelGrades K - 2Reading LevelGrade level Equivalent: 1.3Lexile® Measure: 60LDRA: 6Guided Reading: D


    • As I noticed that author Mira Ginsburg is fond of chicks and other animals as a theme within her books, i read the Chick and the Duckling which to me, was a learning about yourself kind of book. The story goes on to show the Chick as a follower, until he learnes about himself and is able to branch out and go on his own. This book would be good to use in the classroom to illustrate becoming your own individual.


    • This book is about a duck who has a little chick that follows him around during all of his activities. This has predictable lines/phrases that young children and beginning readers will love. Unlike most predictable children's literature, this book has more of a story line which makes it more interesting for the reader.


    • My second child really likes this, even at 13 months. She has a dominant older sibling so I think it will be a good discussion point for us later, when she understands what she's reading. Right now she stops paying attention after the duckling pulls the chick out. She's not in the self-actualisation phase yet Damn, sorry that's a spoiler, isn't it.


    • This book is great for young children just learning how to read. Havng this book as a big book in the classroom makes it easy to use it as a read-aloud. Because many of the phrases in the book are repeated, the children can learn about patterns. The story is also adoorable and can teach studetns about helping one another.


    • A story about a duckling who tries everything and a chick who tries to immigrate everything he does until he learns that he can't swim and decides to learn from his mistake and do something he can do. Lesson of the story, learn from your experiences


    • This book shows that the chick always did what the duck did. Eventually the chick found out that is could not do everything the duck did because they were differnt. This would be a good book to read when teaching kids to be yourself and not like someone else.


    • I really like this story with it's "Me too!" refrain. I also like the ending and it's message. 4/11/12Not sure this worked for lap time, maybe I'll have to go back to Little White Duck


    • I love the art in this book. The colors are sweet, the chick and the duckling are adorable and recognizable. The story is the right length for Susanna at 18 months, but it's not her favorite and she often doesn't make it through the whole thing.



    • This book is definitely for the younger students. A lot of high frequency words and very few words on each page. However, the illustrations were detailed and in depth which was wonderful to see.


    • A good book to read to students to show everyone is better at one thing than another student and it's ok if you can't do something as well as someone else.


    • My three year old really liked this, probably because there are so many butterflies and flowers in the illustrations.



    • AR Quiz No. 31623 EN FictionAccelerated Reader Quiz Information IL: LG - BL: 1.3 - AR Pts: 0.5Accelerated Reader Quiz Type Information AR Quiz Types: RP, RV


    • This is the longest book my son in first grade read in the second month of first grade. Good illustrations, the relationship reminded me of my boys.








    • A favorite with my kindergartners. Illustrated by the same guy as Leo the Late Bloomer, another book I still love.



    • Many younger siblings enjoy doing everything their older brother or sister so, shadowing and tagging along in their adventures. This book can easily have its readers identify text-to-self features.


    • -very simple book geared for pre-k or kindergarten readers.-potential book to practice with a partner, alternating reading between the chick and the duckling.



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