What better way to retell the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar than to make…

What better way to retell the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar than to make a giant caterpillar? A great way to engage with the book, learn days of the week, practice our counting skills and learn about healthy eating

Eric Carle inspired butterflies (printing) Hungry Caterpillar

Use tissue paper, coloured paper, scraps of magazines and newspapers, or any other materials you have lying around to create these Eric Carle-inspired butterflies. The brighter the better!

Art To develop personal initiative Given a ballon, the children will make a chain of 11 painted spots using the bottom of the balloon

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Libraryland: Very Hungry Caterpillar Headband. Fun craftivity for students to go with the book the very hungry caterpillar by Eric Carle, or use as part of an Eric Carle author study or book study.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Necklace Craft | Buggy and Buddy

Crafts for Kids: Caterpillar Necklace Craft

The Very Hungry Caterpillar activity - a fun way for preschoolers to practice fine motor and pre-reading skills.

Hole Punching Hungry Caterpillar Activity {Free Printable}

type of lesson: craft objective the child will be able to put holes into the paper fruit given a hole punchers and put holes into the paper program skills: fine motor skills

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Threading - Let children punch holes around the outside of the leaf with a single hole punch... then thread.

The Very Hungry Caterpillar Threading

HUGE Very Hungry Caterpillar Ideas for your Setting- Very Hungry Caterpillar fruit in mouth game

Very Hungry Caterpillar activities: Huge "Toss the plastic fruit into the caterpillar's mouth" game. Children could identify the fruit & color then toss it in.

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