The Very Hungry Caterpillar



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The Very Hungry Caterpillar
Caterpillar: The Very Hungry Caterpillar

Everyone: By Eric Carle.

Narrator 1: In the light of the moon a little egg lay on a leaf.

Narrator 2: One Sunday morning the warm sun came up and-pop-out of the egg came a tiny and very hungry caterpillar.

Narrator 3: Knowing there were so many delicious foods out there, he decided to travel the world.

Paella: On Monday in Spain he ate through one serving of paella, a Spanish rice dish.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Hallaca: On Tuesday in Venezuela he ate through two hallacas, kind of like a tamale!

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Yerba Mate: On Wednesday in Argentina he drank three gourdfuls of yerba mate, a natural tea.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Arepa: On Thursday in Venezuela he ate through four arepas, cooked flatbreads with meat.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Gazpacho: On Friday in Spain he ate five bowls of gazpacho, a cold tomato soup.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Churro: On Saturday in Mexico he ate through 6 churros, fried sugar dough.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Gallo Pinto: On Sunday in Costa Rica he ate through seven bowls of gallo pinto, a rice and bean dish.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Elote: On Monday in Mexico he ate nine elotes, corn cobs with chili powder and lime juice.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Chicha Morada: On Tuesday in Peru he drank ten cups of chicha morada, a sweet drink made from purple corn.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Paleta: On Wednesday in Mexico he ate through eleven paletas, kind of like popsicles!

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Horchata: On Thursday in Spain he drank twelve cups of horchata, a milk drink with rice and cinnamon.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Chorizo: On Friday in Spain he ate through thirteen chorizos, a spicy pork sausage.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Pastel de Tres Leches: On Saturday in Latin America he ate through fourteen pasteles de tres leches, a “three milk cake”.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Chivito: On Sunday in Uruguay he ate through fifteen chivitos, sandwiches with beef and mozzarella.

Everyone: But he was still hungry.

Pupusa: On Monday in El Salvador he ate through sixteen pupusas, a rice flour flatbread stuffed with meat and cheese.

Caterpillar: That night I had a stomachache.

Narrator 1: The next day was Tuesday again.

Narrator 2: Now he wasn’t hungry anymore-

Narrator 3: and he wasn’t a little caterpillar anymore.

Caterpillar: I was a big, fat caterpillar.

Narrator 1: He built a small house, called a cocoon, around himself.

Narrator 2: He stayed inside for more than two weeks.

Narrator 3: Then he nibbled a hole in the cocoon, pushed his way out and…



Everyone: He was a beautiful butterfly!

Rooster’s Off to See the World
Rooster: Rooster’s Off to See the World
Everyone: By Eric Carle.


Narrator 1: One fine morning, a rooster decided that he wanted to travel.
Narrator 2: So he set out to see the world.
Narrator 3: He hadn’t walked very far when he began to feel lonely.
Pablo Picasso: In Spain, he met Pablo Picasso. I helped create Cubism.
Rooster: Come along with me to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Vincent Van Gogh: In the Netherlands, they met Vincent Van Gogh. I made over 2,000 paintings, including Starry Night.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Claude Monet: In Paris, France, they met Claude Monet. I love to paint the water lilies in my pond.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Leonardo DaVinci: In Italy, they met Leonardo DaVinci. I made the Mona Lisa, and I am also a scientist.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Edgar Degas: In Paris, France, they met Edgar Degas. I love to paint ballet dancers.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Mary Cassatt: In Pennsylvania, they met Mary Cassatt. I bring my sketchbook with me everywhere I go.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Hokusai: In Japan they met Hokusai. I am a printmaker; my most famous print is “The Great Wave off Kanagawa”.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Grant Wood: In Iowa, they met Grant Wood. I made the American Gothic painting.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Wassily Kandinsky: In Russia, they met Wassily Kandinsky. I use a lot of abstract colors and shapes in my paintings.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
M.C. Escher: In the Netherlands they met M.C. Escher. I am the father of modern tessellations.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Georgia O’Keefe: In New Mexico, they met Georgia O’Keefe. I make paintings with big flowers and landscapes.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Andy Warhol: In America, they met Andy Warhol. I make Pop Art.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Frida Kahlo: In Mexico, they met Frida Kahlo. I make portraits like “Self Portrait with a Monkey”.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Faith Ringgold: In New York City they met Faith Ringgold. I wanted to be an artist since I was in kindergarten. I make story quilts.
Everyone: Come along with us to see the world!
Narrator 1, 2, 3: And they set off down the road.
Jackson Pollock: In New York they met Jackson Pollock. I was famous for my drip paintings.
Narrator 1: The sun went down.
Narrator 2: It began to get dark.
Narrator 3: The moon came up over the horizon.
Everyone: WE’RE TIRED!!!
Rooster: To tell you the truth, I’m a little homesick as well!
Narrator 1: And so the artists said goodnight to the rooster and went home.
Narrator 2: The rooster marched home, enjoyed a good meal, and went to sleep.
Narrator 3: And he had the most wonderful dream- all about a trip around the world!

The Very Quiet Cricket

Quiet Cricket: The Very Quiet Cricket


Everyone: By Eric Carle.
Narrator 1: One warm day, from a tiny egg a little cricket was born.
Narrator 2: A big cricket rubbed his wings together and said…
Big Cricket: Welcome to the world, little cricket!
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Narrator 3: The little cricket decided to travel the world.
Saxophone: In Belgium he met a loud Saxophone. I was invented by Aldophe Sax.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Violin: In Italy he met a Violin, who greeted him with a beautiful song.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Piccolo: In Prague he met a Piccolo, who played him a tune.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Flute: In Germany he met a flute, who greeted him with a high-pitched note.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Trumpet: In Egypt, he met one of the world’s oldest trumpets, who trumpeted a greeting.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Tuba: In Germany he met a Tuba, who said “Good Morning” in a deep, deep voice.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Trombone: In France, he met a Trombone, who used its slide to change notes and say hello.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 1: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Djembe Drum: In Africa, he met a Djembe Drum, who greeted him with a steady beat.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 1: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Glockenspiel: In France he met a Glockenspiel, who used its chimes to say hi.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Didgeridoo: In Australia he met a Didgeridoo, blowing air through its bamboo pipe to make a deep sound.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Banjo: In Africa he met a Banjo, plucking a bluegrass tune on its strings.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Sitar: In India he met a Sitar, plucking its strings in a traditional Indian tune.
Narrator 1: The little cricket wanted to answer.
Narrator 2: So he rubbed his wings together.
Narrator 3: But nothing happened.
Everyone: Not a sound.
Narrator 1: It was starting to grow dark.
Narrator 2: Then, the cricket saw another cricket.
Narrator 3: She, too, was very quiet.
Quiet Cricket: Then I rubbed my wings together one more time.
Cricket Friend: And I rubbed my wings together, too…
Quiet Cricket and Cricket Friend: And we chirped the most beautiful sound we have ever heard!

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