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Ladybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and ChildrenLadybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and Children

Ladybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and Children October 2018

Bring the magic of LADYBUG to pre-schoolers and early readers. Each issue offers a mix of enchanting stories at appropriate reading levels, with colorful illustrations that draw children into the text. Ear-pleasing poems, lively songs, and a 4-page craft insert round out this delightful reading experience. Pre-K-Grade 1

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United States
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English
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Cricket Media, Inc.
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1 min.
max and kate

Max, Kate, and Charlie are exploring the woods. They have fun catching the falling leaves. “I wonder who was here?” asks Max, pointing at some empty nutshells and nibbled pine cones. Charlie spots some little, muddy paw prints. “Let’s follow those tracks!” says Kate. The paw prints lead them to an old tree. It has lost nearly all of its leaves. “Look, it’s a squirrel!” whispers Kate. “She is hiding her snacks in that hollow tree.” “I like that squirrel,” laughs Max as he opens their picnic. “She’s as nuts about food as I am!”…

2 min.
that halloween wind

One Halloween night, the wind blew something through the city. It was white. It was soft. What could it be? The wind let whatever it was drift onto a streetlight, which gave it a strange glow. One little cowboy pointed at it. “Look, Mom, a ghost!” “Remember what we talked about?” she asked. “Ghosts aren’t real. They’re just something people pretend about on Halloween.” The cowboy nodded. “Anyway, a ghost wouldn’t get stuck.” He and his mom stopped on the corner to wait for the walk sign. That Halloween wind yanked whatever it was off the streetlight. It was white, soft, and not a ghost. It got tangled in a tree across the street. Three trick-or-treaters saw it. The robot said, “Look, a ghost decoration.” “But shouldn’t it have a scary face?” asked the firefighter. The…

1 min.
furries in a hurry

Have you ever seen a caterpillar in a hurry? In the fall, woolly bear caterpillars race across sidewalks, paths, and roads. Where are those furry caterpillars going? Woolly bears search for cozy places to sleep through the winter. They travel along until they find a safe spot. Some curl up under tree bark. Others hide beneath logs. A few sneak under the loose boards of a house. They hide where hungry animals won’t notice them and cold winds won’t chill them. Woolly bears stay hidden until winter is over. When the green leaves grow, the hungry caterpillars come out. They munch leaves before spinning a cocoon. By the time summer starts, they have changed into yellow tiger moths. If you come across a woolly bear, look at its stripes. Woolly bears have a…

3 min.
jeff’s monster

Jeff’s mother kissed him goodnight and put out the light. Jeff pulled the covers over his head. He didn’t like the dark. What if a monster was hiding somewhere? But tonight his room was quiet, as usual. He was almost asleep when he heard something. A soft squeak, like a little mouse. Jeff wanted to see the mouse. He pushed off the covers and turned on the lamp. He walked around the room and looked in all the corners. No mouse. He opened the closet door. No mouse. “Squeak!” The sound came from under the bed. Jeff knelt down to look. Huddled in a furry ball was an animal. It was bigger than a mouse. Was it a kitten? “Squeak! Squeak!” The poor thing sounded scared. Jeff reached under the bed and pulled the kitten out. But he wasn’t…

1 min.
bobbing bobbing for for apples apples

How many apples can you collect before you roll the apple with the worm? What You’ll Need: scissors glue or tape What to Do: 1. With an adult, cut out the die and fold on dotted lines to make a cube. Glue or tape together. 2. Cut out all the cards and the game board. 3. To play, place all the apple cards in the tub of water. Roll the die to see which apple card you may take on each turn. When the picture of the apple with the worm comes up on the die, the game is over. How many apples did you collect? You can play this game by yourself, or take turns with a friend!…