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Very Hungry Caterpillar Sequencing & Story Disks


Re-tell the story of, The Very Hungry Caterpillar with this fun and creative sequencing activity.  Use printable story disks to clip the events in the correct order along the very hungry caterpillar.  Kids in PreK-2nd grade will love this storybook activity. 



The Very Hungry Caterpillar sequencing

Our latest Bookspiration theme was insects, so we chose to make an activity to go along with one of the most popular insects we know-- The Very Hungry Caterpillar.  

I'm sure you have read it at least once!  It is a lovely story following the transformation of a caterpillar to a butterfly, who loves to eat!  The way it is written makes it a wonderful children's book to use while working on story sequencing with your preschool or kindergarten aged kiddo.
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Your child will have fun re-telling this classic children's book with our Very Hungry Caterpillar Story Stick.

To prep the activity, you'll need:


Very Hungry Caterpillar Sequencing


How to Make Your Very Hungry Caterpillar Sequencing Stick


Begin prepping your caterpillar story stick by painting it green.  Print and laminate the Story Sequence Printable.  

Cut out each circle and the caterpillar head.  

While the caterpillar story stick is drying, glue each laminated circle to a clothespin.  

Once the paint has dried fully, glue the caterpillar head onto the story stick.  

Now it looks like a very thin {and long} caterpillar!

very hungry caterpillar sequencing


Read The Very Hungry Caterpillar to your child.


After reading have your child re-tell the story by clipping on the story sequence circles onto the caterpillar body.



This is such a wonderful way to work on fine motor skills, too!

Alternatively, you could have your child clip the story circles on as you read.


very hungry caterpillar sequencing

Enjoy this fun, hands-on activity to go along with the wonderful children's story, The Very Hungry Caterpillar.

very hungry caterpillar sequencing stick

And if you have another paint stick lying around, you might like this Race to 20 Math Game!

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