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  • Lynne Bryant

    3. Hungry Caterpillar Decor - love these balloons. #WorldEricCarle and #HungryCaterpillar

  • Jen G

    Using balloons to create a classroom caterpillar is a creative idea. This would be great to use for "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" by Eric Carle.

  • Maplewood Country Day Camp & Enrichment Center

    Kids Birthday Party idea!! Cute! #kids #birthday #party #ideas #balloons #caterpillar

  • l s

    For the "The Very Hungry Caterpillar" party that I won't throw some day. #kids #party #veryhungrycaterpillar #balloons #books

  • Team Nissan

    The hungry caterpillar #party #ideas #craft #diy #caterpillar #teamnissan #nissan #newhampshire #nh

  • Laura Smales

    The Very Hungry Caterpillar party idea Party decoration; balloons no helium

  • Sylvia Herdman

    Very cute idea for the hungry caterpillar.

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