- 11 plastic Easter eggs
- Pipe cleaner
- Permanent marker
Simply cut your pipe cleaner so that you can thread it through the holes and the bend it.
Next, the Counting Caterpillar needs a face. After I drew mine with a permanent marker, I realized maybe orange wasn’t the best color egg to use as it looked a bit like a jack o’lantern. Oh well, the kids never noticed.
Write the numbers, counting by 10s, up to one hundred on the remaining eggs.
I didn’t want all the pieces getting lost, so I just labeled a small bag.
Lil C isn’t counting by 10s yet, but she always loves being part of the action. Her sisters helped point to the number that was coming next and C added it to the caterpillar.