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Easy paper plate bee craft for kids. This easy spring craft is perfect for an insect study unit in the classroom. Toddlers and preschoolers will love it. | at Non-Toy Gifts

Easy paper plate bee craft for kids. This easy spring craft is perfect for an insect study unit in the classroom. Toddlers and preschoolers will love it. | at Non-Toy Gifts

Potato stamp ladybugs, fun and easy preschool craft for bug or ladybug week. Perfect art project to go along with the Grouchy Ladybug or Ladybug Girl books.

Potato stamp ladybugs, fun and easy preschool craft for bug or ladybug week. Perfect art project to go along with the Grouchy Ladybug or Ladybug Girl books.

This sparkly clothespin dragonfly craft is great for an insect craft, summer kids craft, spring kids craft, bug crafts for kids and dragonfly kids craft.

This sparkly clothespin dragonfly craft is great for an insect craft, summer kids craft, spring kids craft, bug crafts for kids and dragonfly kids craft.

This huge list of books about insects is great for a preschool insect theme! (Bonus... get books about spiders too!)

This huge list of books about insects is great for a preschool insect theme! (Bonus... get books about spiders too!)

Create a buzz in your class with these adorable piggyback songs and rhymes about insects and bugs. TpT$

Create a buzz in your class with these adorable piggyback songs and rhymes about insects and bugs. TpT$

Easy paper plate bee craft for kids. This easy spring craft is perfect for an insect study unit in the classroom. Toddlers and preschoolers will love it. | at Non-Toy Gifts

Easy paper plate bee craft for kids. This easy spring craft is perfect for an insect study unit in the classroom. Toddlers and preschoolers will love it. | at Non-Toy Gifts

What better way to retell the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar than to make a giant caterpillar? A great way to engage with the book, learn days of the week, practice our counting skills and learn about healthy eating Sharing this activity as part of @earlylearning101 Book Challenge

What better way to retell the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar than to make a giant caterpillar? A great way to engage with the book, learn days of the week, practice our counting skills and learn about healthy eating Sharing this activity as part of @earlylearning101 Book Challenge

Mix grass seed in with potting soil. Fill up a nylon. Tie into segments with string to make a 'caterpillar." Soak in water till saturated. Then let the kids spray it with water every day after and watch it grow. When the grass gets "too long" let the kids give it a "haircut."

Mix grass seed in with potting soil. Fill up a nylon. Tie into segments with string to make a 'caterpillar." Soak in water till saturated. Then let the kids spray it with water every day after and watch it grow. When the grass gets "too long" let the kids give it a "haircut."