The days sometimes just fly past and before I know it, it’s the end of yet another day, and sometimes I feel that I haven’t done anything very constructive with Alicia for the day… I wonder if anyone else feels the same way… I guess for me, it’s mainly Alicia’s super slow eating that’s the obstacle to the many other activities I could have done with her. I can only hope that she will progress and get out of this phase.
Alicia just loved the little holes in The Very Hungry Caterpillar book and she kept poking her fingers into the holes and she’d move her hand over the page just to feel the different texture created by the holes. And she kept meow-ing when we read Just like Jasper!
There are quite a few activities to do with your kid if she’s older… just google “The Very Hungry Caterpillar activities” and there are free printables and lesson plans to go along with the book!
For Alicia, I decided to just read the book with her as I don’t think she’s mature enough to handle the activities suggested… well, except for maybe the eating bit… if only she can eat like the caterpillar… oh well, never mind… 😛
And here’s the other book which we read earlier before and she was crazy about: Hermie: A common caterpillar…