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The Very Hungry Caterpillar- Read. He loves to count the fruits that the very hungry caterpillar eats as he prepares to build his cocoon. Each food he eats has a hole in the middle of it. JDaniel loves to put his finger into each hole as he counts the foods the caterpillar eats everyday.
He learned to count as I read this book over and over again. What did we do to explore this book? Caterpillar Snack I am not huge on snacks. JDaniel does enjoy them though. We had green grapes, tomatoes, and watermelon in the fridge. I decided to use them to construct the caterpillar from The Very Hungry Caterpillar for him.
Half a grape tomato was used for his head. I cut tiny circles out of a flour tortilla and colored them green with a food marker. Measuring the Caterpillar JDaniel has been very interested in measuring with a ruler lately.
He wants to find the length of the tiles in the kitchen, my foot, and his shoes. Not everything he wants to measure is completely straight. I decided to show him a trick for measuring oddly shaped objects.
I made The Very Hungry Caterpillar out of construction paper. The caterpillar is simply a piece of green paper folded in half with connecting curves cut out of it. It front and back ends are reflections of each other.
We lifted the yarn up very carefully and lined it up above a ruler. The yarn length of the caterpillar was longer than the ruler. We wrote twelve inches onto the white paper.
I had JDaniel hold the remaining length of the yarn while I recorded the first length. We then measured the remaining yarn.
It turned out to be eight inches. Sight Word Game JDaniel has really gotten into learning to read. We have been working on six sight words a week.
This week I thought we would play a game to help him review the words we have worked on. I made a The Very Hungry Caterpillar game board using a paint program.
He earned a red pom pom for the first word he recognized and a green pom pom for the remaining words he read.
The goal was to review six words at time. I ended up having to print out two game boards. JDaniel remembered so many of the words and he loved earning pom poms for the caterpillar.
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The Very Hungry Caterpillar is the perfect book book to create learning and snacks to go along with. We played a sight word game, measured and had a snack. A History of East Orrington Congregational Church, Orrington, Maine: Time + Trust + Thankfulness [David H. Lester] on ashio-midori.com *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers.
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