Hello I’m The Duck in The Hat. Here are a three things to know about me before we get started: • I like to tell stories. • I keep a lot of stuff in my hat. • And last but not least I like to read my favorite red book called The Cat In The Hat.
Would you like me to tell you a story? I’d love to!
Once upon a time there was a cave and inside the cave lived two big, happy, magic dragons named Huff and Puff. Huff and Puff lived in a cave near the sea.
One day, Puff woke up and said, “Good morning Huff.”
Huff said, “Good morning Puff.”
“Lets go swimming,” Puff said.
“Okay,” said Huff. So they went swimming, for twenty-three hours! Then they got ready for bed and watched tv until they fell fast asleep.
Did you like that story little duckies? I hope you did. Bye!
The game is a webbed foot! When you have eliminated the impossible, whatever remains, however improbable, must be a ducky with a magnifying glass. Sherduck Holmes leaves no lilypad unturned when he investigates the mysteries of the pond! And his sense of style is elementary: tweed jacket and cap, red bowtie with polka dots, and wooden pipe.
Little cowboy is the one who makes cattle driving so much fun. He has a yellow star, a white hat and he’s ready to roll. He wears a blue bandana when he’s out for a stroll. He’s at home on the range where the pronghorn play, and he flies through the sky all day. YEEHAW!
Did you know that vikings didn’t really wear horned helmets? Surprise! Maybe they had fancier hats. These duckings wear horned duckmets because they’re not real!
The vikings had two different kinds of ships: warships called langskip and merchant ships called knörr. Typically, a langskip is narrower, longer, and shallower than a knörr, and is powered by both oars and sail. Typical viking ships did not have duckies in them. These duckies are not your typical vikings, but one of them is holding a typical viking axe called a skeggøx. The skeggøx is used for making boats and fighting. But don’t fight, that’s not nice.