Phyllis Root Jane Chapman
One Duck Stuck
September 06, 2019 Comments.. 521
One Duck Stuck Phyllis Root Jane Chapman Exuberant rhythms and vibrant illustrations in a one of a kind counting book One duck is stuck in the muck Can two fish, tails going swish, help What about three moose, munching on spruce Will four crickets, chirping in the thickets, be able to pull the unlucky duck out of the muck With bright, spirited illustrations by Jane Chapman, this counting tale by Phyllis RootExuberant rhythms and vibrant illustrations in a one of a kind counting book One duck is stuck in the muck Can two fish, tails going swish, help What about three moose, munching on spruce Will four crickets, chirping in the thickets, be able to pull the unlucky duck out of the muck With bright, spirited illustrations by Jane Chapman, this counting tale by Phyllis Root is a feast of sounds and numbers that will have young listeners scrambling to join the slippy, sloppy fun.. One Duck Stuck Exuberant rhythms and vibrant illustrations in a one of a kind counting book One duck is stuck in the muck Can two fish tails going swish help What about three moose munching on spruce Will four cr
  • Title: One Duck Stuck
  • Author: Phyllis Root Jane Chapman
  • ISBN: 9780763603342
  • Page: 489
  • Format: Hardcover
  • One Duck Stuck Phyllis Root Jane Chapman

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    1. Becca Buckman says:

      One Duck Stuck A Mucky Duck Counting Book, by Phyllis Root with illustrations by Jane Chapman, tells the delightful story of a poor duck stuck in the muck, down by the deep green marsh p 1 A variety of different animals, counting by numbers 2 10, make their way to the pond to try to save Duck from the marsh The reader seems skeptical at first, but listeners of all ages will be surprised and excited with this happy ending The story fits perfectly into the counting genre of picture books for young [...]

    2. Stef Rozitis says:

      Counting, rhyme not always well done and the possibility of achieving with collaborative collective action delivered with bright, colourful illustrations When I read this to 2 3 year olds they respond to the refrain who will help with an enthusiastic, I will which is beautiful and they seem pretty enthusiastic for the book too, so that is definitely a point in it s favour.

    3. Ashton Miller says:

      Title One Duck StuckAuthor Phyllis RootIllustrator Jane ChapmanGenre Concept Book, Counting BookTheme Numbers, helping others, compassion, cooperationOpening Line Sentence Down by the marsh, by the sleepy, slimy marsh, one duck gets stuck in the muck, down by the deep green marsh Brief Book Summary A duck gets stuck in the mud and throughout the story, different numbers 1 10 of animals insects come along to try and help the duck get out of the mud At the end, all of the animals work together to [...]

    4. Amber Bronder says:

      Who will help the duck who is stuck One Duck Stuck, written by Phyllis Root and illustrated by Jane Chapman, is a counting picture book depicting the predicament of a duck who gets stuck in the muck, down by the deep green marsh The duck asks for help, and groups of animals in sequential counting order come to answer the call Two fish splish, three moose clomp, four crickets pleep, and so on come to the aid of the duck, all the way up to ten, to no avail It is not until all of the groups of anim [...]

    5. Kay says:

      Poor duck is stuck in muck He calls help help who can help The animals come to help but no luck until finally , spluck his foot pops out Ducks thanks all the animals and off he goes again teaching application What a fun story to have kids practice counting, rhyming, and interacting with during story time Plastic animals would be fun to have available with number cards to use when reenacting.

    6. Rainey Rew says:

      As a teacher, I could see this book as being a great way in incorporating counting on in math It s creative and imaginative with the different animals coming in to try and save the one duck who is stuck in the marsh I rated this high because I enjoyed how interactive this was

    7. Kelly says:

      This is a counting book that has nice rhythm, repetition, and rhyme A duck is stuck in the muck and different animals try to help him get unstuck Very fun.

    8. Steven Strothman says:

      A fun counting book with a bunch of animal characters The only drawback for me was that the cadence in the book was a little off at times.

    9. Kim Nelson says:

      Nice counting book Great use of animals to assist a duck that is stuck in the muck Nice variety of words Bright pictures No doubt a consistent story time favorite

    10. Stephanie Reid says:

      It s just ok

    11. Caitlin says:

      I think it s just okay, but my husband loves reading this one Daughter ate some of the cover, so I guess that makes it a winner

    12. Mort says:

      Great book talks about problem solving I would read this book to my children Great book for the classroom.

    13. Melissa Newton says:

      Title One Duck StuckAuthor Phyllis RootIllustrator Jane ChapmanGenre Counting Book, Repetitive BookTheme s Teamwork, FriendshipOpening line sentence Down by the marsh,by the sleepy,slimy marsh, one duckgets stuck in the muck,down by thedeep green marsh.Brief Book Summary A helpless duck is stuck in the marsh, and various animals try to come to his rescue in increasing numbers None of the animals have success in helping the duck escape until the conclusion of the book when they appear to come all [...]

    14. Alea says:

      This book is fun for children ages 2 3 It s rhythmic verses allows children to learn of different animals and learn to count This is a good book for children to participate, and has lots of fun illustrations to keep them interested and involved The alliteration is also clever, and keeps the entertainment alive.

    15. Evie Milburn says:

      Title One Duck StuckAuthor Phyllis RootIllustrator Jane ChapmanGenre Counting BookTheme s Numbers, Animals, Colors, Onomatopoeia, Teamwork Opening line sentence Down by the marsh, by the sleepy, slimy marsh, one duck gets stuck in the muck, down by the deep green marsh Brief Book Summary This counting book is about a duck that gets stuck in muck down in a marsh The book starts with one duck and counts up to ten different types of animals that try and help him get out of the marsh Eventually with [...]

    16. Eva Leger says:

      This is a nice little counting book for toddlers It s about average I d say there is nothing special that comes to mind when I think of it Julia likes it well enough enough to ask for it than once for sure She likes to count along with me and it does have the numbers big enough for the child to see what they are bigger than the smaller words basically There were a few words that just aren t in a toddlers vocabulary but the good thing about that is Julia was interested and asking me what they me [...]

    17. Jennie says:

      Age 3 6Genre Picture bookDiversity AbilitiesIllustrations Colorful and fairly detailed illustrations of all the animals included in the storyline For an added touch there is a leaf to be found in every scene of the book.Personal Response I enjoyed this story and appreciate the message that teamwork can accomplish things that individuals cannot The fact that teamwork is secondary to the use of numbers is a bonus.Curriculum This story could be used with a lesson on working together taught in kinde [...]

    18. Sae Heo says:

      This book is really good for toddler because they can learn number, different animals, and different sounds through the book One Duck Stuck Also, children may enjoy the plot of story in this book They can memorize words and numbers easily in classroom Many sentense of each page are repeat, so it is very rhythmic in this book.Extension After read this book, children review numbers and words follow the teacher s direction.Children do coloring each animal from the book s characters when teacher giv [...]

    19. Heidi-Marie says:

      A good counting, rhyming, sound effect book with bold colors I enjoyed the different animals that came to help The reading and illustrations might work with the toddler group, but the counting aspect can be added for the preschool Maybe I ll try both, taking into consideration the attention span of the toddlers.3 31 10 4 1 10 After trying this one with preschool, I think I might skip the toddler group only because we get such young ones in it But the preschoolers did well with their counting as [...]

    20. Jeff Sehorn says:

      I absolutely love this book No, not because it brings back fond childhood memoriesI had never even heard of it until about a year ago I used to work with severely physically and mentally disabled kids We had a speech pathologist who came to my class twice a week, and she read this book to us once She is a delightful woman, by far the best speech path we have ever had I don t know if this is really such a great book, but it is so much fun to hear Ann read I would actually request this book every [...]

    21. Jessica says:

      One Duck Stuck has to be one of the most fun counting books I ve read It would be fun to read out loud because the rhyming just rolls right off the tongue It s all so fun and fits together really nicely I kind of liked how it was only a few parts here and there that rhymed, and not every line It made the rhyming lines stick out, and the counting felt fun than forced like it can feel in some picture books Instead of everything being focused on the counting, everything was focused on getting the [...]

    22. Tanya says:

      I am not a huge fan of counting books The rhyming is lovely in the is book, it reminds me of the entertaining the Trucks are Stuck Counting to ten becomes overly repetitive, however The artwork is wonderfully colorful, but because the duck is stuck, there is not much action in the book, either, nor is it clear how all the creatures are trying to help the duck Pass on this one, unless you like numbers books Or if you can make up a tune to it I d give it four or five stars with a catchy tune

    23. Sarah Sammis says:

      I picked up One Duck Stuck because it reminded me of Ducks in Muck but for advanced readers The two books use similar rhymes but One Duck Stuck is three times the length and the rhymes border on tongue twisters.The basic plot centers around the stuck duck and her attempts to get out of the muck She enlists the help of her swamp friends fish, insects, some birds and a variety of animals Separately the can t help the duck but what if they work together Both Sean and Harriet enjoy One Duck Stuck S [...]

    24. Alyson Rizk says:

      One Duck Stuck is a great book to read when intorducing counting Each number has a different animal or bug so the children can see what that item looks like as a picture It is very colorful and will catch the childen s attention It can also be used to let children know that you should try and help your friends when they are in need This book also has some great rhyming words throughout the book.LE For One Duck Stuck I would make stick puppets and have the children re tell the story to me.

    25. Kaytlyn Witcher says:

      This book is about a duck that is stuck in the muck Different groups of creatures try to help get the duck unstuck Each group counts up by ones starting with the one duck No one group can get the duck unstuck So they all finally gather as a joint rescue effort Then finally the duck get out of the muck.Classroom This book is good for Pre K or Kindergarten This bok uses both numbers counting and rhyming words It would book good for a math lesson or even a literature lesson for these two grade leve [...]

    26. Jeanette Rakestraw says:

      Another great book for teaching the concept of working together and to never give up It s ok to ask for help and if someone ask you for help, try to help them even if you don t succeed together It teaches that if you all work together, the task will eventually be achieved Children all have different strenghts and when they are combined they become stronger.Georgia Pre K Standards content area of Social Emotional development.

    27. Caitlin says:

      I have been reading this book with K 3 ESL and bilingual students, and they are stuck on it The pictures are bold and the duck s situation is urgent, engaging even my struggling readers Rhyming and lyrical, the text provides good opportunities to practice K 1 sight words and use phonics rules to sound out onomatopoeic words For ESL, there are opportunities to expand animal vocabulary beyond the usual cat dog mouse Great book

    28. Christy says:

      One duck is stuck in the muck Can two fish, tails going swish, help What about three moose, munching on spruce Will four crickets, chirping in the thickets, be able to pull the unlucky duck out of the muck With bright, spirited illustrations by Jane Chapman, this counting tale by Phyllis Root is a feast of sounds and numbers that will have young listeners scrambling to join the slippy, sloppy fun.

    29. Mitch Cowger says:

      One Duck Stuck was a silly book about how a duck gets stuck in the mud and has all these individuals help him but no one can get him unstuck But in the end if all these individuals work together at the same time they get the duck unstuck It was short and straight to the point which was entertaining, also it kept the same pattern in describing how the animals were helping but used different adjectives each time which kept it interesting Overall, it was a good book with a good message.

    30. Margaret Chind says:

      While I m not 100% in love with the illustrations, I like this book a lot It is full of value Sounds, various animals, rhymes, rhythm and repetition, oh and of course there is counting I can see why so many people lean toward this book I ve been reading a pile of books and this is the first one the preschooler has grabbed and is reading again by pictures herself So perhaps we ll have to look for a copy ourselves.

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