The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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    Name of Activity: Metamorphosis Resources: - The Very Hungry Caterpillar – Belk Library - Pipe cleaners, paper plates, popsicle sticks, and craft pom-poms – Hobby Lobby - Crayons, color pencils, and glue- Freedom Trail Objectives: My objective is to teach kids about metamorphosis by using the popular children’s book The Very Hungry Caterpillar. Then I’ll have them create either caterpillars using popsicle sticks and pom-poms or decorate butterfly wings using crayons and color pencils. Hook: The students will learn about caterpillars metamorphosing into butterflies as well as do a creative activity. Presentation: I will first the presentation off by reading a few pages of The Very Hungry Caterpillar and then explain the activity I have…

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    characters. What I didn’t realize was through the television I was already learning the language of English. Educational television was just the start to my journey through the English language as the opportunities to sharpen my skills arose through my education, books, and my family. I remember in kindergarten when the whole class had story time and we would all listen in on what the teacher was reading. The emotion and unique voices that our teacher would use made it seem like the story within…

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    Throughout each, Carle's signature tissue paper art forms came to life, connecting with the reader to help give a feeling of familiarity. The very lonely firefly and Do you want to be my friend? both dealt with the idea of being different and alone in the world, with either people too busy or just unaware of the one in need. By the end of these two books, as with all Carle’s stories, everyone is as it should be and the main character’s trouble has been solved. The little mouse has found the…

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    Book Bag Report

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    To personalize it and make it fit with the story, I made it into a caterpillar that they attached the clips to with images. For the students’ letter of the week, they discuss words/images that begin with the sound for that week. For example: Letter of the week is Pp, so each student would have an…

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    Standards, children will demonstrate persistence, self-regulation, receptive language, reading foundational skills, operations and algebra, as well as art. Throughout this lesson children should also engage in representational language skills. Materials Book The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle, plain white paper, markers, and crayons. Introduction During morning carpet time, introduce the new book, The Very Hungry Caterpillar.…

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    First reading/writing/literary experiences One of the first books I remember reading is The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. I remember reading this book with my mom often, and was so intrigued by Eric Carle’s use of his tissue paper art to illustrate the book. After we read this book I wanted to see more of this artist’s work so we bought many of his books. The second most read book that he wrote that I remember reading was Brown Bear, Brown Bear, What Do You See? My mom would constantly…

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    Carle's Archetypal Theory

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    For starters, the archetypal theory applies to the children’s story given that Carle uses characterization that expresses his idea on how child development is a long process but the results are significant and beautiful. In the book, Carle uses only one character, the caterpillar, that goes on a journey to discover its own beauty. In the very beginning, Carle writes, “One Sunday morning the warm sun came up and-pop!-out of the egg came a tiny and very hungry caterpillar”(Eric Carle 2). Carle…

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    the students to come and sit down on the carpet. The teacher will read the story The Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. After reading the story the teacher will tell the students that there are many words within the story that begin with the consonant blend “th”. The teacher will tell the students that today we will be talking about the /th/ sound. The teacher will then write th on the board and say the sound and have the students repeat the sound Anticipated student’s response: th The…

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    Mia is a fun-loving six-year-old girl and is in kindergarten. During my literacy observation with her, we read Mr. Jones and Mr. Bones by Janis Asad Raabe and The Very Hungry Caterpillar by Eric Carle. Mr. Jones and Mr. Bones is an assigned phonics reader which will improve her consonant vowel consonant words and sight word memorization. While reading, Mr. Jones and Mr. Bones, Mia became frustrated with the unfamiliar words such as “bites, dines, ties, etc.” She was focused on finishing the book…

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    The lesson called Home Grown Caterpillars is a lesson about the transformation of a caterpillar to a butterfly (life cycle process) while creating a three dimensional piece of art to express idea, experience, or story. The story associated with this lesson is The Very Hungry Caterpillar. The art piece is a replica of the caterpillar during a butterfly’s life cycle made out of grass seed, soil, stockings, pipe cleaners, and googly eyes. This lesson would be considered an art enhanced lesson…

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