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You can tell that the clouds, sun and “welcome” are laminated from the reflection on the picture! Try as I could to not have it shine, it still did! LOL
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How to Make A Duck Pond Preschool Name Poster
Place the foam board on a table, “landscape style.”
Glue together 2-3 sheets of blue copier paper. They will go across the bottom of your foam board as the water of the pond.
Cut a wavy line at the top to simulate the waves on a pond.
Using white school glue, glue the blue paper to the bottom of the poster.
Draw some waves on the blue paper, using a black marker.
Accent the marker waves with glue along on the wavey lines.
Add rays coming from the sun with glue, as well.
Sprinkle glitter on the glue.
Open up the FREE printable template (get it below) with pictures of ducks on it.
Add the names of your students – one on each duck – in the invisible text boxes.
Now print the pages of ducks on white card stock paper.
Laminate the pages and cut out the ducks.
Print some clouds, a sun and the words “welcome” on white card stock.
Laminate them and cut them out, as well.
The clouds, sun and sign should be glued onto the foam board.
Make the little ducks with the student names on them attachable by using velcro (Get velcro dots here)
The point of the game?
To find the missing duckies!
We described a dilemma that mama duck could not find her duckies and she needed them to come back safely to the pond.