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Eric Carle
Birth date: June 25, 1929
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Miss Wood's Library
Miss Wood's Library rated it 10 hours ago
This book is one of my favorites because Eric Carle's illustrations are absolutely wonderful and so colorful! This would be a great book to help teach numbers and counting. This book is a DRA reading level 16. It is mostly meant for audience of kindergarteners. This makes sense due to its focus on c...
Miss Taylor's Book Picks
Miss Taylor's Book Picks rated it 4 months ago
The Nonsense Show by Eric Carle has vivid illustrations of surrealism throughout the book. Birds think that it is silly for them to them fly and not swim and fish think swimming is absolutely preposterous. The text and illustrations are so quirky and fun! Upper and lower elementary grades would enjo...
Miss Rodgers' Riveting Reads
Miss Rodgers' Riveting Reads rated it 4 months ago
This book is a book that will forever be associated with an elementary classroom because every student thought it was so amazing that the book itself looked like a caterpillar has eaten through the pages. The pictures are so colorful and vibrant and even though there aren’t many words, thw story lik...
Mel1212
Mel1212 rated it 4 months ago
Brief Review: The very hungry caterpillar is about a very hungry caterpillar starting at the beginning of his life cycle and was very hungry and never full. Idea of how it can be used in a classroom: The very hungry caterpillar could be used in the classroom to show the life cycle of the caterpillar...
Mrs. Pinson's Library
Mrs. Pinson's Library rated it 4 months ago
The Very Hungry Caterpillar is an enjoyable book that students love! Students stay engaged as they read about the hungry caterpillar eating through large amounts of food. The book consists of the days of the week as well as quantities. Not only could teachers use this book when teaching a science le...
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