Very Hungry Caterpillar craft with their Gram. The used paper strips to create the links of the caterpillars body and decorated a giant leaf for it to sit on. I thought it was cute that they punched holes in the leaf to show the caterpillars little nibbles. My daugther, who loves to craft and create, also wanted to make the other foods and did so with a pile of construction paper scraps. Perfect for scissor practice and story retelling props.
Planted by Streams put together cheerful sunflowers inspired by Carle's book The Tiny Seed.
Art Smarts 4 Kids explains the step by steps to making Eric Carle inspired Valentine cards.
Deep Space Sparkle displays the work of an art teacher who is also an Eric Carle fan. This first link explains an Eric Carle inspired Snowman project used with Kindergarteners.
For a small fee, Deep Space Sparkle, also shares a downloadable file of Eric Carle Lesson Plans that inspire creativity.
This blog is a fun resource for Eric Carle themed lessons to accompany many of his famous books.
The students impacted by MaryMaking put together colorful Eric Carle inspired City Scapes.
Feels Like Home put together a wonderful post full of Eric Carle links in celebration of his birthday.
Adventures in Homemaking used magazine cut outs to create Carle inspired insects.
My littlest boys enjoyed watching and listening to this YouTube video featuring Carle's I See a Song.
Apology: We have fun pictures to highlight each of these links, but for some crazy technical reason today none of them will publish in the post. Sorry!