Movement:::two empty toilet paper rolls + paint + craft paper = a fun, easy craft for
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
Open ended caterpillar creation station inspired by The Very Hungry Caterpillar
These Very Hungry Caterpillar clip cards are adorable! Such a fun way to practice the numbers Great for counting, number recognition and subitizing in preschool or kindergarten.
Caterpillar Play Dough Invitation
A fun caterpillar play dough invitation that kids love! This spring play dough activity is a great sensory and fine motor experience!
After reading The Hungry Caterpillar 🐛 the children have been talking about healthy food and unhealthy food. Here, in the black tray they can sort the food thinking about which may be a bit of both as well.
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!