Thursday, June 18, 2009

The Grouchy Ladybug

this is the book we are starting with

we chose this book since we were finishing

with the letter L, I though it goes great with it

specially this time of the year, when we are finding

quite a few ladybugs in the garden.






As we are reading this book

we decided to make this craft

that I found in my files


this ladybugs made out of paper plates

have the number hidden underneath the wings

which match to the number of dots (stars)

that the ladybug has

great way to practice numbers!



Then comes some puzzles that I found in the net


and here you'll find the second puzzle


I also have some sizing ladybugs in my files


children can put these 6 ladybugs

from smallest to biggest

or biggest to smallest to practice sizing


and also some ladybugs counters

my daughter loves to put these ones

inside an empty plastic jar

challenging herself to count to 30


I also have a ladybug rebus poster
that for some reason the picture is not coming out
the right way in blogger, but is a really cute poster
to help them read :)
Enjoy!



Happy to be part of The Preschool Corner
Summer Challenge

14 comments:

  1. I love the idea you did with the Paper plate Ladybugs. We made some but I did not think of making them with numbers and matching dots (stars) That is a wonderful way to incorporate Math.

    And we love Ladybugs too!

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  2. I just found your blog through a Well Read Child, and it's absolutely awesome. We are going to have a Ladybug hour this weekend :) I will stop often now!

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  3. We haven't read that book yet. Great craft ideas!

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  4. Love the ladybug craft with number! Just discovering your blog through my giveaway and The Preschool Corner, too. I LOVE it! I will be a regular now, so much to learn! Thank you for sharing!

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  5. How cute. I love the paperplate ladybugs.

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  6. I absolutely LOVE that you integrated so many subjects here: reading, math, art, and technology! The Grouchy Ladybug is one of my favorite picture books to jump start learning with. Great post!

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  7. Love the ladybug counting with the plates. :)

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  8. we love this book. thanks for the cute ideas.

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  9. I have been wondering about you. :-) I love your ladybug ideas. Very fun. We just did The Very Hungry Caterpillar and I thought about doing this next. :-) Good to see you!

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  10. Great ladybug projects.

    Thanks for sharing with Friday Showcase!!!

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  11. I know this is an old post, but I linked up to it from a ladybug-focused post on blog today. :) http://infantbibliophile.blogspot.com/2010/11/ladybugs-pre-kkindergarten-activities.html

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  12. I linked your ideas to my recent post on ladybugs. Thanks for the wonderful ideas.

    http://books4learning.blogspot.com/2011/05/picture-books-ladybugs-fiction.html

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