by Eric Carle. So, when Penguin Kids contacted us and asked us if we would like to help celebrate the 45th Anniversary of The Very Hungry Caterpillar
by creating an activity, we jumped at the chance.
I asked the girls if they would like to help create a project and they immediately began brainstorming. Miss First-Grader was practically jumping out of her chair in excitement. You see, she’s a big fan. BIG. She’s always loved Eric Carle books, but she’s become an even bigger fan of Eric Carle ever since they learned about him and his illustrations in art class. My super-fan took over this project and Miss Preschooler and I became her helpers. We were going to create our very own The Very Hungry Caterpillar
to secure our caterpillars to our rocks.
did in the book. Once we were satisfied with our arrangement, we glued each of the pieces of food down to our paper. We grabbed a dice from another game and got ready to play.
Thank you Penguin Kids for extending the invitation to participate!
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