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    Everybody UP! It’s time to dance. Just follow these ten easy steps to get energetic kids movin’ and groovin’ like Duck and Goose:

    1. Flap your wings three times.

    2. Let out a loud goose “HONK!”

    3. Twitch your tail three times.

    4. Let’s hear a big duck “QUACK!”

    5. March through the meadow (either march in place or follow a leader around).

    6. Float on the stream (slow the march down and put your arms out to your sides).

    7. (Put your hand to your forehead as if you’re looking for something in the distance). Call out excitedly, “There’s the beach!”

    8. Run to the water (run in place).

    9. Splash-dance in the waves (kick your left foot out, then your right). Repeat! 10. Last step: Lie down on the warm sand and say, “Ahhhhhhh.”

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    Duck & Goose Go to the Beach Read-Aloud

    Just like going into the ocean at the beach, there’s no better way to kick off your event than jumping right in! It’s storytime. Gather the kids around and hold the book so they can see the pictures as you read. At the end of the story, ask the kids questions, such as:

    “Who’s been to a beach?”

    “ What did you do when YOU went to the beach?”

    “ If you were going on an adventure, where would YOU go?”

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    Just like going into the ocean at the beach, there’s no better way to kick off your event than jumping right in! It’s storytime. Gather the kids around and hold the book so they can see the pictures as you read. At the end of the story, ask the kids questions, such as:

    “Who’s been to a beach?”

    “ What did you do when

    “ If you were going on an

    “Who’s been to a beach?”

    “ What did you do when YOU went to the beach?”

    “ If you were going on an adventure, where would

    YOU went to the beach?”

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