I’m trying to improve my overall health and wellbeing. My journey so far has been positive and in trying really hard to include a variety of fruits and vegetables in my diet so that I can absorb lots of nutrients.
Below: is a link to an activity for the book Arabella Miller’s Tiny Caterpillar – which of course is a about the life cycle of the butterfly. I have a whole post based on this story with craft activities and links to songs.
Below: is a link to a template that I designed. You will need a paper roll for this activity.
This is a coloured in example of the template.
Below: is a link to a template that I drew for the book ‘The Very Hungry Caterpillar’. For more activities on this book check out my previous blog post.
Below: is a link to a video about the life cycle of butterflies
Below: is a link to a labelling activity that I drew
Below: is a template that I drew about the life cycle about a butterfly. The link is to a black and white template that can be coloured in.
I’ve always loved Eric Carle’s artwork. Today I decided to recycle some old paintings we had laying around the classroom to make an Eric Carle inspired dot picture.
What you need:
- Painted pictures/coloured paper
- Large hole punch
- Art paper
What to do:
Hole punch the painted pictures/coloured paper
This is a Disney classic. Growing up I wished I was a mermaid so that I could explore the ocean just like Ariel. It is still a favourite of mine – after all this time – and now it is also a favourite of my students. They enjoy the brightly coloured animations, the songs and the music, and of course the story of young love.
Below: a template that I drew of Sebastian
Below: a link to a ‘read along version’ of this story
Below: a link to all of the songs from the Broadway musical:
Below: a link to all of the songs from the film: