The Hungry Caterpillar

This amazing and world-known story of a caterpillar that eats and eats and eats
until it turns into a butterfly is very catching! Eric Carle books are full of
bright and lovely images that appeal to the youngest as well as older children
across the whole world.
ia a great variety of editions of this world-famous book, I have one that
includes a finger puppet that is a handy helper in reading for groups of
children. Thanks to this puppet, the caterpillar is super vivid, almost
live-like and children just love interacting with it.
are some follow-up craft tips that you can do with your little ones.  
Caterpillar made of cotton rounds
will need:
  • coloured paper
  • watercolours & paint brushes
  • glue
  • scissors
  • cotton rounds
  • eye stickers (optional)
  • nature stickers, eg. flowers, butterflies, trees, etc. (optional)




will need:
  • coloured paper
  • felt-tip pens
  • wooden sticks


Caterpillar Snack
kids might be hungry by now so why not prepare them a simple caterpillar-like
snack? Use grapes for bodies and strawberries for heads. I couldn’t get
strawberries in the shop so used cherry tomatoes instead. Kids had lots of fun
doing these!
will need:
  • wooden skewers
  • green grapes
  • strawberries / cherry tomatoes


activity at home – audio & video
do yet another follow-up, suitable for home environment, let your kids watch an
online puppet show: The Hungry Caterpillar Puppet Show or let them listen to a
lovely Butterfly song that my daughter Mája loves.


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