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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 July/August 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

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

“Today we are celebrating our wonderful country,” says Kate’s mommy. “These popsicles are like our flag,” says Kate with a chuckle. “Red, white, and blue!” Kate's daddy pulls out a bag of star-spangled surprises! There are flags, an eagle balloon, and a toy drum and trumpet. “We are a marching band!” says Kate. “Boom! Boom! Toot! Toot! Toot!” shouts Charlie. Later, they hear a whoosh! Bang! Pop! The sky lights up. . . . “Happy Fourth of July, Kate!” shouts Max. They all cuddle up and watch the beautiful fireworks.…

1 min.
one thing that i wonder

One thing that I wonder Is why the world is round, And why the trees grow toward the sky Instead of upside down. One thing that I wonder Is how it came to be That cats are quick to sit in laps, While whales sleep in the sea. One thing that I wonder Is why the sky is blue, Why spiders all have eight legs, While we have only two. One thing that I wonder Is how it came to be That bunnies burrow underground, While birds live in a tree. One thing that I wonder Is why we wonder why, About the wonders of the earth That fill the sea and sky.…

1 min.
the wasp’s picnic

My big brother is unusual. He likes bugs. Whenever a bug comes into the house and Mom runs for a broom or bug spray, Stevie yells, “Don’t, Mom, don’t. Let me look at it.” Then he looks and gets excited. “A June bug? This early? They don’t hurt anyone, Mom. I’ll take him outside.” Stevie reads tons of books about bugs. “Insects!” he corrects me when I say “bugs.” When our family went on a picnic at Fisherman’s Lake last week, I sat and drew pictures while Stevie ran around with a net catching bugs and saying things like, “Wow! What a Coleoptera!” and “Boy! I’ve only seen him in books!” Mom put a tablecloth on the picnic table. She set out fried chicken, biscuits, salad, and brownies, and we all dug in. Suddenly…

1 min.
the pawpaw patch

Pick up pawpaws, put them in your pocket.Pick up pawpaws, put them in your pocket.Pick up pawpaws, put them in your pocket,Way down yonder in the pawpaw patch. Raise your shoulders, try to touch your earlobes . . . Stretch your arms as high as you can reach them . . . Pat your head and rub-a-dub your tummy . . . Hands on hips, draw circles with your elbows . . . Walk a line, pretend that it’s a tightrope . . . Touch your toes, your forehead to your kneecaps . . . Reach out wide, then clap your hands together . . . Sit down, smiling, rocking to the music . . .…

4 min.
a bath for moti

“ Yahoo!” shouted Moti Bear as he bounced on the couch and sent four pillows flying. “Ursa always plays outer space with me! When is she coming?” “Soon,” said Mama Bear. Moti wrapped a blanket around himself and imagined it was his spacesuit. Then he spoke into the TV remote. “Astronaut Moti to Mission Control. Astronaut Ursa will arrive in a nanosecond!” The doorbell hadn’t finished ringing when Moti dropped his spacesuit and radio and bounded to the door. “Ursa!” Moti threw himself around the legs of his best-loved babysitter. “It’s my favorite little astronaut! He’s blasting off!” called Ursa. She tossed Moti into the air and whirled him onto her back. “What happened to your arm, Moti?” asked Ursa, pointing to a big, brown bandage. “That? Nothing. I’m fine,” said Moti. “Ursa,” called Mama. “Welcome! Bedtime is…

1 min.
buggy buddies

What You’ll Need: scissors What to Do: 1. Cut out the cards along the black lines. Now you can play a memory game by yourself or with a friend! 2. To play by yourself, spread all the cards facedown on a table. Turn over two cards. Can you put them together to make a bug that looks real? If you can, keep them. If you can’t, turn them over and try again. You can keep playing until you have put all the bugs together. 3. To play with another person, spread all the cards facedown on a table. Take turns flipping over two cards, picking them up if they make a bug, or turning them over again if they don’t. When all the cards have been picked up, see how many bugs each of you…