Ladybug Popsicle Stick Project
What you need: Popsicle sticks, paint, googly eyes, glue, and black cotton balls.
Have the kids paint the popsicle sticks and allow them to dry. Help the kids assemble their ladybugs and paint the spots!
Fruit Ladybug Snack
This is a healthy and easy to make snack. All you need is strawberries, grapes, and miniature chocolate chips!
Do you ever wonder why ladybugs have spots? Or what a baby ladybug looks like? Check out our cool resources to find out.
Crafts and games about ladybugs:
Ladybug Math and Logic Game
Ladybug Who What When Where Story
Ladybug Adventure Book
Ladybug Letter Match
Paper Plate Ladybug
Ladybug Adventure Game
The Discovery Channel also has some interesting facts about the life cycle of ladybugs
Would you like to play a game about ladybugs? Here is one from UC Berkeley.
This Ladybug Counting book is made with half circles, a brad and googly eyes. This is a interactive tool for children to help them associate numerals and words with the image. For example one spot on the ladybug is the same as 1 or the word one.
Ladybug Imaginative Play
Help children create a ladybug hat. Then ask them to show you how a ladybug flies, walks, or rolls. Ask them what they would eat if they were a ladybug.
Ladybug Facts Game
Ladybug Pet Rock