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Very Hungry Caterpillar colouring sheet

Very Hungry Caterpillar colouring sheet

14/03/2013

Very Hungry Caterpillar colouring sheet

The Very Hungry Caterpillar is sad today, he's lost all of his colours! Can you help colour in him and all of his yummy foods? See if you can name all of the foods and colour them in the right colours!



You can find the printable sheet here.





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