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Use this with very young children to count the fruit from one to five. Together as a class, very young children can be instructed to use a marker to put a dot (or "hole") on each piece of fruit the caterpillar eats through. This can help children
Your children have finished reading Brown Bear Brown Bear, and Very Hungry Caterpillar. Here's a chance to practice some comparative literature with your early readers! Have students draw or write one thing that the Very Hungry Caterpillar sees in
This cute card can be used for a place setting. Put child's name on the caterpillar so that they can find their setting at the (lunch) table. Good for pre-school and Kindergarten, while the kids are doing a Very Hungry Caterpillar unit. You can
Use this treasure map for students when they need a visual reminder of their progress towards achieving a goal. This one has 10 steps. I put a sticker on each number once a step towards the final goal has been achieved! A prize awaits the student