The Ladybug Themed Activities were a lot of fun and the kids had a blast! They loved making paper plate ladybugs, learning about the life cycle of a ladybug, eating apple ladybug snacks and taking part in lots of fun and engaging Math & Literacy Centers. The Life Cycle of A Ladybug Activity is perfect for developing young children’s counting, matching and fine-motor skills.
Life Cycle of A Ladybug
What you need:
- Activity sheets printed out and copied
- Coloring pencils
- Split pin
- Hole puncher
How to complete the activity:
Cut out and laminate the colored pictures. Stick them on the board in the correct order. Children color and cut out the black and white pictures and paste it in the correct order in the circle. Stick the circle on a paper plate. Hand out two half circles cut out of red paper. Use a hole punch and a split pin to connect all the pieces. Stick black dots on the ladybug’s wings.