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Fuzzy Little Caterpillar (Kindergarten)

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Fuzzy Little Caterpillar

1. 
Fuzzy little caterpillar,
Crawling, crawling on the ground!
Fuzzy little caterpillar,
Nowhere, nowhere to be found,
Though we've looked and looked and hunted
Everywhere around!
A. 
What is the problem?
  1. The caterpillar turned into a butterfly.
  2. The caterpillar changed colors.
  3. The caterpillar was mean.
  4. The caterpillar can't be found.
B. 
What type of creature is the poem about?
  1. A child
  2. A caterpillar
  3. A dog
  4. A butterfly
C. 
Which words do not repeat in the poem?
  1. Fuzzy little caterpillar
  2. Crawling
  3. Looked and hunted
  4. Nowhere
D. 
Which word describes the caterpillar?
  1. Fuzzy
  2. Brown
  3. Long
  4. Found
2. 
When the little caterpillar
Found his furry coat too tight,
Then a snug cocoon he made him
Spun of silk so soft and light;
Rolled himself away within it-
Slept there day and night.
A. 
What was the caterpillar's problem?
  1. He was cold.
  2. His coat was too tight.
  3. He was tired.
  4. His legs were worn out.
B. 
What did the caterpillar do in the cocoon?
  1. Slept
  2. Played
  3. Ate
  4. Watched TV
C. 
Which word does NOT describe the cocoon?
  1. Soft
  2. Light
  3. Loose
  4. Tight
3. 
See how this cocoon is stirring!
Now a little head we spy-
What! Is this our caterpillar
Spreading gorgeous wings to dry?
Soon the free and happy creature
Flutters gayly by.
A. 
What happened to the caterpillar?
  1. He woke up.
  2. He stayed asleep.
  3. He turned into a butterfly.
  4. He found his friends.
B. 
Which word describes the caterpillar?
  1. Free
  2. Lazy
  3. Sad
  4. Tired
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