I am always amazed how Eric Carle is able to tell a story as well as inform young readers.  Mister Seahorse is yet another example of this. ...

Parker: Seahorse Art Eric Carle is able to tell a story as well as inform young readers.

Art Room 104: Kindergarten: Eric Carle's Mr. Seahorse Project

Seahorse Project Be sure to check out part 2 of the project Good directions

seahorse with ripped tissue paper

Incorporate art into your reading activities for your little ones. A fun art idea after reading Eric Carle.

Marbelized Cuttouts - Mister Seahorse This is a great idea for many story-time story crafts!!

Mom to 2 Posh Lil Divas: Shaving Cream Marbelized Mister Sea Horse Craft (Eric Carle)

Eric Carl Seahorses

Second grade read the book Mister Seahorse by Eric carle and drew the outline of a seahorse using pencil and then outlined in black crayon.

"Draw Me a Star" by Eric Carle (Paintings in Eric Carle RoundUP via RainbowsWithinReach)

Eric Carle Birthday Party: RoundUP of Children's Art

Eric Carle Birthday Party: RoundUP of Children's Art; Draw Me A Star by Eric Carle. can also be a mural or bulletin board decoration

{DIY} Tutorial on creating your own felt story figures for flannel boards, storytelling, and play. Tutorial includes a bonus seahorse printable and activity idea for Mr. Seahorse by Eric Carle.

DIY Felt Story Figures

{DIY} Tutorial on creating your own felt story figures for flannel boards, storytelling, and play. Tutorial includes a bonus seahorse printable and activity idea for Mr. Seahorse by Eric Carle.

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!

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!

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