Get your ducks in a row

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Quack! Quack! Quack! Quack! says Donald Duck to the others.

Get your ducks in a row can mean … To get well prepared, or organized for something that is going to happen. It is an idiom that is used to describe the process of making sure all of the small details are accounted for and in their proper positions before starting on a new project.

Teachers/Parents/Educators: Sketch an illustration and color it. Theme: get ready. Read the book story “Puss in Boots” in Learning to Read: Favorite Fairy Tales. Put these words in alphabetical order: prepared, ready, organized, ducks, cat, donkey. Describe how Puss in Boots was prepared. Write the definition for the word “idiom” and use in a sentence. Describe how you will get prepared. Imagine you were a duck for a day. Write down where you would go and what you would do. (Skills: identify, comprehend, apply, creativity.)

About Martha Quinn

Book author, licensed teacher, master's degree (Reading K-12, Social Studies 7-12). Former homeschooler. Happily married Christian with two terrific children. Loves animals, swimming, music, fishing, gardening, cooking, traveling, exciting movies, good books, and the great outdoors.

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