We put a handful in our Lady Bug Land and left the rest in the tub and put them in the refrigerator. I had no idea you could do that, but that is what the instructions said to do. Our daughter was so excited! It was awesome to see that look of fascination that is priceless on a child!
Next, we colored this adorable little non-fiction reader by Michelle Griffo at Apples and ABCs. It also comes with a color, gut and paste sequencing activity!
If your kiddos are working on matching upper and lower case letters there is a great freebie from Book Fairies and Garden Gnomes.
Another great freebie for preschoolers is Ladybug Counting by Stacey Jones from A Moment in Our World.
Preschoolers are sure to love this Five Little Ladybugs song by Rita Galloway! Just click the picture to download :)
TouchMath is a popular multisensory mathematics program that uses specific points on numerals to assist students. This adorable ladybug themed touch point math cards are a great tool for preschoolers who are growing in their understanding of 1:1 correspondence and numeracy. This freebie is by TpT seller Krystie Bithell. Click on the picture to grab your own :)
Another book we took out from the library had a ladybug theme, but the focus was on prepositional phrases. The book is titled Look for Ladybugs by Dana Meachen Rau:
Hope you found something you can use! Thank you for stopping by!