The Very Hungry Caterpillar

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  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar Analysis

    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 that gigantic book came to life. A distinct book that will always stick with me would be The Very Hungry Caterpillar because of the sheer description and imagination it gave children at the time. One was lured in as the caterpillar ate on Monday, then on Tuesday and so on. Then you were pulled in emotionally as the author made the caterpillar sick from over eating and you felt sorry for the poor caterpillar. However, the author…

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  • The Very Hungry Caterpillar By Eric Carle

    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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  • Book Bag Report

    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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  • Eric Carle's Effect On Children

    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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  • The Very Worn Caterpillar Lesson

    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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  • What Does The Pest Look Like?

    ⌂ Home Melanie ⚙ Help Press ? for keyboard shortcuts. What does the pest look like? Caterpillars are the larval stage of butterflies and moths. They have soft, segmented bodies with a head, thorax and abdomen. The thorax contains three pairs of jointed legs that have hooks and the abdomen has five pairs of stumpy legs. Caterpillars are often the same color as the leaves so they are hard to spot. Cutworms: the adults are gray to dark brown moths with wingspans of 1.25 to 1.75 inch(3 to…

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  • Summary Of C. S. Lewis Metamorphosis

    on indefinitely being just an ordinary, decent egg. We must be hatched or go bad." - C.S. Lewis Metamorphosis, they say is the process of transformation from an immature form to an adult form in two distinct stages. Let us take by precedence the case of a caterpillar. As children, many of us learn about the wondrous process by which a caterpillar morphs into a butterfly. The story usually begins with a very hungry caterpillar hatching from an egg. The caterpillar, or what is more scientifically…

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  • The Beauty Of Complete Metamorphosis Analysis

    seeing it. As soon as he had realized what he had done to the poor animals, he grew very sad and didn’t know what to do. He began crying and was full of guilt since it was his responsibility these insects had died. Little did he know the bright green caterpillar was still in its…

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  • Practicum Application No. 2: Case Study

    Practicum Application No. 2 Many Early Childhood Education teachers now practice the Guidance Approach to class discipline and furthering student development. The pre-kindergarten class in which I observed this practice involves a class of twenty students, one certified teacher, and one paraprofessional. This class had no significant mistaken behavioral issues, measured at a level two or three, at any point in any of my observations with this class over the last three months. Thus, the…

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  • The Importance Of Science In Early Childhood Education

    books that could be used to introduce science themes. For instance, I would use The Very Hungry Caterpillar to introduce the life cycle. In the study, I would have invited a veterinarian to come in the classroom as well and allowed the students to ask questions. I also loved the way they broke down the different play experiences and what to do in each play experience. I am going to try these things also. I did notice that during the study some other skills were also built upon like vocabulary…

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