Eric Carle Sea-horses

Eric Carle Inspired Art

In art class, we read the story The Grouchy Ladybug by Eric Carle. He is an illustrator, who is the artist that creates the pictures in books. First graders created a ladybug using tissue paper like Eric Carle. They also added aphids to my artwork, which are little bugs that eat plants. They learned that ladybugs eat aphids and help save our plants!

Eric Carle inspired seahorse art

Art Stars: Kindergarten and 1st Grade: Eric Carle Projects

Art Activity to Go with the Story How to Catch a Star by Oliver Jeffers~ Buggy and Buddy

kandinsky trees

Under the Sea Theme - Hermit Crab Project great for Eric Carle's Home for Hermit Crab extension activity

Ocean Theme: After reading "Mister Seahorse" by Eric Carle, we made these fancy paper plate seahorses with glitter on them. The students love glitter! A, Bee, C, Preschool

Oh my gosh..... this has the CUTEST Eric Carle art projects EVER!

Eric Carle

The Very Busy Spider Kindergarten Art Response (Eric Carle RoundUP at RainbowsWithinReach)

The Very Busy Spider - great Eric Carle project

Cute seahorse made with paper plate (or construction paper) and colored tissue paper "tiles"

eric carle kindergarten

Eric Carle art

Students use tissue to mimic hues in illustrations in Brown Bear... By Eric Carle

paint resist with contact paper...great art activity and fun to do along with learning shapes

Great Eric Carle craft! ...or ellison the elephant

Eric Carle craft ideas for preschool

The Very Quiet Cricket, by Eric Carle