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Make Way for Ducklings! Create dioramas depicting scenes from this children's classic about a family of mallards who live in the Boston Public Garden.
Read Make Way for Ducklings by Robert McCloskey to the class. Notice the realistic illustrations that enhance this tale. Students choose their favorite scene from the book to show in a diorama. The following directions are how to make a diorama featuring the Boston Public Gardens. Adapt the directions to make a diorama of another Boston landmark.
With Crayola® Scissors, cut construction paper to fit the bottom of a recycled box. Using Crayola Colored Pencils, sketch the Boston skyline. Color it in with Crayola Washable Markers and Multicultural Markers. Use Crayola Oil Pastels for the sky if you wish. Use a Crayola Glue Stick to attach this background to the bottom of the box.
On another paper, draw the foreground. Color the Boston Public Garden and its pond. Lay the box on its side. Glue foreground paper onto the side of the box that is lying flat.
On recycled file folders or cardboard, sketch the mother and father ducks, eight ducklings, and any other objects from the story such as the swan boats, bridges, and weeping willows. Color them, cut them out, and glue them into the diorama. Retell the story to younger children, family or friends.
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