Category Archives: The Very Hungry Caterpillar
If you attended my Science workshop today, here is the Power Point I shared (and if you didn’t, it’s okay to look too!). Please e-mail me or contact me by e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by leaving a comment below. 🙂
Thanks for coming! I hope you got lots of inexpensive science ideas to use in your early childhood classrooms!
Here is what I did with the printables from DLTK Teach’s website:
I printed them out, laminated two sets of them and created cards to match each picture. Partners will each use one set of these at Pocket Chart Work Station and match the picture to the word while putting the story in order. We will read the story 10-15 times this week and a copy of the book is always available for the children to use to reference if they need to.
This week, we are reading The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. I did some searching this weekend and found some resources to help in teaching this book (in addition to everything I already have!!)
These are printables for you to print and use for sequencing and other activities:
Here are some YouTube videos (I’ve watched them all the way through for safety!)
I’m going to work on adding a tab for just videos (I did not create these!) so that there is a place to keep all of them! 🙂
Let me know if these links stop working or if you have others for me to link to!