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hungry caterpillar game

Made from cardboard and paint and can be played a few different ways.
Easy way~ Just throw and try to get the food into the  caterpillars mouth.
another way~ is to make teams and see who can score more
memory game~ First read the hungry caterpillar then see who can throw the right stuff in the correct order as the  caterpillar ate in the book.
note~no my circles are not perfect but if you are trying to cut cardboard skip the scissors and use a knife. 


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