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Word Bird makes words with Duck

by Jane Belk Moncure

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Published by Child"s World, Distributed by Childrens Press in Elgin, Ill, Chicago, Ill .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vocabulary.,
  • Birds -- Fiction.,
  • Ducks -- Fiction.

  • About the Edition

    On a rainy day Word Bird makes up words with his friend Duck, and each word that they make up leads them into a new activity.

    Edition Notes

    Statementby Jane Belk Moncure ; illustrated by Linda Hohag.
    SeriesWord Bird"s short vowels adventures
    ContributionsHohag, Linda, ill.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsPZ7.M739 Wne 1984
    The Physical Object
    Pagination32 p. :
    Number of Pages32
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL3181293M
    ISBN 100895652617
    LC Control Number83023943

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Word Bird's Short Vowel Adventures.) at Read honest and unbiased product reviews from our users.5/5. Words and phrases that rhyme with duck: bird, bluebill, mallard, rabbit, pigeon, quail, fox, swan, chicken, more — Invent new words related to duck.

Commonly used words are shown in bold. Rare words are dimmed. Click on a word above to view. crow / cock-a-doodle-do = the sound that a rooster makes; Finally, some birds migrate – fly long distances to an area with a different climate. A group of birds is called a flock. English Vocabulary Words for Types of Birds.

Some birds are associated with the water, such as the duck, goose, swan, and seagull. the loud sound that a cock (=male chicken) makes. the noise that an animal or bird makes. the sound made by a cuckoo. the dawn chorus. British the sound of birds singing at dawn.

the deep sound that an owl makes. the sound that a duck makes. a loud high sound made by a bird or animal, or by a machine. the musical sound that a bird makes.

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Based on Common Core State Standards kids will learn letter names, sounds and spelling of 4 and 6 letter words/5(9). BIRD, noun. A member of the class of animals Aves in the phylum Chordata, characterized by being warm-blooded, having feathers and wings usually.

In these five books Moncure's Word Bird interacts with an animal friend whose name uses the short vowel in question--Cat, Hen, Pig, Dog, and Duck.

For example, in Word Bird Makes Words with Hen, Word Bird's Papa brings her a short "e" word puzzle set and she quickly puts together initial consonants (t + en) to form words and puts them to hands. Word Wagon - by Duck Duck Moose is a phonics and spelling app designed for pre-readers or emerging readers.

Letters within words are initially pronounced as the letter name, then phonetically. As a little mouse and bird bop along, kids can tap any items -- such as vehicles, colors, or animals -- that pass by on the bottom of the screen and move 3/5. The Backyard Duck Book: For the Love of Ducks.

Author Nyiri Murtagh. The Ugly Duckling and Other Stories. Author Hans Christian Andersen. Word Bird Makes Words With Duck. Author Jane Belk Moncure.

Gondola to Danger: A Miss Mallard Mystery. Author Robert Quackenbush. Bird Water: Appalachian Foothills. Author Matt Zeigler. Domestic Duck. Duck asks Frog to read his favorite book on Ant’s radio station because he can’t read it himself.

But when Frog’s tongue gets tangled in knots, Duck realizes that he doesn’t need to know how to read to be able to look at pictures and tell a great story. Build A Word: BOOK Related Activity: Look at My Book. Robots to the Rescue. Parents need to know that Word Wagon - by Duck Duck Moose is a phonics and spelling app designed for beginning the little mouse and bird bop along, kids can tap any item they pass and try to spell it.

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words that imitate, resemble or suggest the source of the sound that they describe. For more information, see the linked articles.

Choo Choo, childish word for a train, after the sound of a steam locomotive's driven pistons. This word describes any rough-sounding call that may be grating on the ear. The caw of an American or Fish Crow is a familiar example, though the latter is much more nasally.

Bell-like, flute-like, whistling, or metallic. This is where all that marching-band practice comes in handy. You can compare bird sounds with instruments or other common.

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Anas, the “genus” is Latin for duck, and indicates that the Mallard is related to other ducks such as the Pintail, Gadwall, and Black species name, platyrhynchos, is Greek for flat bill, referring to the typical ducklike my book, Latin for Bird Lovers, just out in