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Carson-Dellosa The Very Hungry Caterpillar 45th Anniversary Cut-Outs, 48/Pack

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Item #: 901-1586899OSA
  Model #: 120496
Brand: Assorted Publishers
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Carson-Dellosa The Very Hungry Caterpillar 45th Anniversary Cut-Outs, 48/Pack
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The Carson-Dellosa The Very Hungry Caterpillar 45th Anniversary brings you a collection of colorful and captivating cut-outs inspired by the classic story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar. These wonderful fun creations can add life to your classroom walls. The Carson-Dellosa The Very Hungry Caterpillar 45th Anniversary is a lively collection of creative cut-outs depicting artwork from The World of Eric Carle. It offers a colorful ambiance to your classroom walls by recreating the beautiful story of The Ve ry Hungry Caterpillar. These fun embellishments are ideal for decoration, sorting activities, calendar activities, game pieces, name tags, reward cards and much more. Each set includes 12 caterpillars, 12 cocoons, 12 butterflies, and 12 large caterpilla rs that are printed on card stock. They can also be used as fun additions for cubbies, walls and bulletin boards.
  • Cut-outs are used for artwork
  • Dimensions: 7.8"L x 5.8"W
  • Grade/Age: PreK-Grade 8/Ages 4-14
Specifications
True Color : Multicolor School Grade : Elementary Width in Inches : 6 Length in Inches : 8
Design and Pattern : Hungry Caterpillar. Package Contents : Each Set Includes 12 Caterpillars, 12 Cocoons, 12 Butterflies, And 12 Large Caterpilla Rs That Are Printed On Card Stock. Brand : Assorted Publishers Customizable : No
Weight : 17.50 lbs. per Pack

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