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Review the life cycle of a butterfly with this cute Very Hungry Caterpillar craftivity.
There are several options.
For one of the caterpillars, students trace and write the words and then color, cut and glue the realistic graphics to the appropriate "body segments".
An easier version, includes cute clip art right on the circles, skipping the "cut & glue" steps.
I've included a full-color "teacher's version" of this caterpillar, so that you can quickly and easily make a sample to share.
There are 4 head options as well.
Wiggle eyes, a tiny white pom pom for the egg, plus a pipe cleaner folded into a V, then taped to the back of the caterpillar's head as antennae, all add that 3D bit of pizzazz.
Folding the wings of an extra butterfly up, then gluing just the thorax to the bottom butterfly, also adds the finishing touch "Wow! factor".
Completed projects make a wonderful spring bulletin board.
I've included a colorful poster for the center of your display.
I'm Diane from Teach With Me, hoping your kiddos enjoy crafting a caterpillar's life cycle, as they learn a bit of science.