Listen to “The Very Hungry Caterpillar,” by Eric Carle
Objective: Children will be able to identify the main character and key details of a story.
Trace the Lines
Help the Hungry Caterpillar find his food. Children will work on pencil control to trace lines connecting the caterpillar to food items.
Print & Cut
Print and cut out the Hungry Caterpillar and the food items. Glue the caterpillar to a paper bag as shown. Retell the story and count out the number of items the caterpillar eats each day.
Objective: The child will identify the day of the week and the correct number of food items as they “feed” the caterpillar.
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