It is an excellent book dealing with the life cycle of a butterfly. From an egg, it hatches into a tiny caterpillar and begins to eat until it grows into a very fat and large caterpillar. After eating its fill, it weaves a cocoon around itself and hibernates before emerging as a brightly colored butterfly.
In addition to teaching the scientific concept of an insect’s life cycle, the concept of counting and healthy/unhealthy foods are also covered.
The caterpillar eats unhealthy snacks like chocolate cake, ice cream, pickle, Swiss cheese, salami, a lollipop, some cherry pie, a sausage, a cupcake and a slice of watermelon. As a result of his feasting, he had a stomach. Parents reading this book can focus on the need for children to eat healthily and in moderation.
Courting and the days of the week is also dealt with in this book by section
” On Monday, he ate through an apple. But he was still hungry.
On Tuesday, he on by two pears. But he was still hungry.’
Kids can stick their fingers through the holes in the fruit on each side as the caterpillar devours and counts the different fruits each day. By encouraging the children to count, they can slowly match the number spoken to the crowd.
The storybook I bought came with a caterpillar plushie. I found it very useful as it was an additional resource that I could use to explain the story and make the story more interactive.
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