Digging for "worms" - Kids Club Stand Activity
Punching & threading with leaves - a Hungry Caterpillar fine motor activity. such a cute idea!
The Very Hungry Caterpillar Egg Carton Craft--perfect for our Eric Carle week at homeschool. Add numbers for ordering.
Make "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" Inspired Fingerpaint Art- good for requesting colors. Could cover up the top portion of the page to keep students only doing the bottom first.
zandtafel - Incy Wincy spider- exploring pipes and spiders in the sand
Numbered Legless Spiders Adding legs to match the numbers. A couple of bright children had the opportunity to talk about how many legs the spider would need to make it up to
Make with estuarine critters? OP: Mini beast collages made with garden bits :)
Bug Slime - a fun ooey gooey sensory experience!
Put real spiderwebs on paper. preserve a spiderweb on paper to explore/look at. or put the black paper behind it so it can be seen in detail and then take a picture so you don't have to destroy the spider's web.
Looks like a fun sensory area or center for daily play.
Sewing spiders webs for Hallo'ween - improving fine motor development
Minibeast themed Finger Gym - collect as many as you can in 1 minute. love the idea of a "finger gym"
Drainpipes and assorted pretend spiders inch windy spider nursery rhyme.
we can do all things: sensory activity - bugs in the grass. We are totally doing this soon!
Minibeast inspired tuff spot for EYFS …
Make a caterpillar
Use tissue paper, coloured paper, scraps of magazines and newspapers, or any other materials you have lying around to create these Eric Carle-inspired butterflies. The brighter the better!
Explore Insect Compositions with tangible materials, reference books and Reggio-inspired setting. (via Imagine Learning Center)
Mad about Minibeasts playdough fun GG