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

Ladybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and Children February 2020

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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Cricket Media, Inc.
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1 min.
max and kate

Max, Kate, and Charlie are shopping at a department store. Suddenly, Max realizes that Mo is missing! Kate's daddy knows what to do. They meet a kind clerk at the information desk. “We have lost a cuddly toy named Mo!” Kate says. “He has antlers,” says Max. The kind clerk helps them search the store. First, they look in the café. No luck! Next, they try the toy department. “Could Mo be here?” the kind clerk asks. At last, Max spots his pal! Kate winks at Max. “I bet clever Mo climbed up there so you could see him!” she says with a giggle.…

3 min.

“ When the wind is in the east, then the sap will run the least,” Mama whispers in Chester’s ear. “When the wind is from the west, then the sap will run the best.” Chester opens his eyes. “Is today the day? Is the wind from the west?” he asks. “Yes,” Mama answers. “Grandpa telephoned from the farm. It’s been clear and cold at night and sunny during the day. The sap is flowing, and he’s waiting for us.” Chester jumps out of bed. He puts on his long underwear, wool socks, jeans, and sweater. He gobbles down his scrambled eggs and gulps his orange juice, then pulls on his snow boots and snow jacket. “Don’t forget the pickles, Mama,” Chester calls as he climbs into the truck. Mama and Chester drive out of town…

1 min.
that’s strange

1. Cooper fell asleep hugging T-Bear. 2. When he woke up, T-Bear was missing. “That’s strange,” said Cooper. 3. Cooper played astronaut with Kit-Kat. 4. When Cooper came back from space, Kit-Kat was missing. “That’s strange,” said Cooper. 5. Cooper went swimming with Frog-Man. 6. When Cooper came up for air, Frog-Man was missing. “That’s strange,” said Cooper. 7. Cooper played detective with Fox-Tail. 8. When he turned around, Fox-Tail was missing. “That’s strange,” said Cooper. 9. Cooper found all his missing toys. Then he fell asleep with his arms around his best friend. 10. “That’s strange,” said his dad.…

3 min.
annie’s decision

On Saturday, the animal shelter is filled with voices. Dogs scratch at their doors, baying and yelping, but in a large, wire enclosure, the kitties meow softly. The dog area smells musty, but the kitty pen smells sweet, like alfalfa. I thread my fingers through the cool wire of the gate. I can't see the kitties because I'm blind. I listen hard. Do any of those meows sound like kitten meows? “I don't think I hear any kittens, Mom.” “You're right, Annie. But there are lots of cats . . . fat ones, skinny ones, some with long tails, and one with no tail!” I hold Mom’s warm hand as the shelter director, Mrs. Pat, takes us inside the cat pen. I sit down and stretch out my hands to pet the kitties. A…

1 min.
ladybug,middle & thud

There’s a holiday in Fe bruary that doesn’t have car ds o r hearts! Get up early February 2 because—when the sun comes up, it starts! Happy Groundhog Day, everyone! I know you have questions. Let’s get started! Mr. Groundhog, thank you for speaking with Ladybug News. Please tell us about your job! OK! As a professional weatherperson, I love my job. I work one day a year, and I work very hard. Every February 2, I tell people if winter is over . . . or not. The night before, I set my alarm for early in the morning. Then I brush my teeth before going to bed. I get a good sleep: tomorrow will be a big day! When the alarm rings, I get right up! Tomorrow is here! I go outside. If I don’t see…

1 min.
happy groundhog day!

February 2 is Groundhog Day! An old story says that on this day, groundhogs leave their winter dens to peek outside. If they see their shadows, they know there will be six more weeks of winter, and they go back to sleep. If they don’t see their shadows, spring is on the way. Hooray! When you make this mask, you can be a groundhog, too. Will you see your shadow? What You’ll Need: scissors tape pencil yarn or string What to Do: 1. With a grownup, cut out the mask. Cut out the eyeholes in the mask. 2. Reinforce the two small circles with tape. Make a hole in each circle with a pencil. 3. Push a piece of string or yarn through each hole and tie a knot at the end of the string so it won’t pull…