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Creative Arts for Young Children- Snappy

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A simplified version of "What's for Lunch?" by Eric Carle. Using various art techniques like marble-rolling and cotton-bud printing, pictures were created to depict events in the story. Audio and …

A simplified version of "What's for Lunch?" by Eric Carle. Using various art techniques like marble-rolling and cotton-bud printing, pictures were created to depict events in the story. Audio and visual effects will thus maintain children's interest in the presentation.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. Schnappi croc was sick of meat. So he went to find something better to eat.
  • 3. He tried tree-leaves, tree-branches, twigs and flowers. BUT! They tasted yucky.
  • 4. He walked and walked, until he reached a farm. There he saw a banner which said: “Vegetable Party Tonight!” He decided to go for the party.
  • 5. At the party, the chicken said “Why don’t you try some grain ?” It was nice, but it wasn’t good enough.
  • 6. The horse said “Why don’t you try some hay ?” It was nice, but it wasn’t good enough.
  • 7. The cow said “Why don’t you try some grass ?” It was nice, but it wasn’t good enough.
  • 8. The tortoise said “ Why don’t you try some cabbages? ” It was nice, but it wasn’t good enough.
  • 9. The rabbit said “Why don’t you try some carrots ?” It was nice, but it wasn’t good enough.
  • 10. Then, Schnappi had an idea! He decided to eat both meat and vegetables together. Finally… It was good enough!!! (:
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