If you need an engaging read-aloud with math and scientific flair, the Ten Little Caterpillars book has you covered.
For kids ages, 2 to 8 years (Preschool to 3rd Grade), learn counting and the process of metamorphosis.
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What’s It About?
Find out how ten small critters go on very different adventures.
What journey awaits them?
The ocean, a hungry wren, or a frightened hen perhaps?
Through rhythmic text, follow along to see what happens to each caterpillar in this wonderfully illustrated picture book.
Can you guess how the last caterpillar’s beautiful adventure ends?
It may surprise you!
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Ten Little Caterpillars Book (Printable Activities)
Link below to download your free book activities.
Learn to count to 10!
Count the number of caterpillars in each jar, then write the number below.
Color the picture and trace the word, caterpillar.
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If your kiddo likes to count or is a fan of science (particularly insects), this book is for them!
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Book: Ten Little Caterpillars
Reading Ages: 2 to 8 Years
Reading Grades: Preschool to 3rd Grade
Written By: Bill Martin Jr.
Illustrated By: Lois Ehlert
Published By: Beach Lane Books
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