EXPLOREMY LIBRARY
Kids & Teens
Ladybug Stories, Poems, and Songs Magazine for Young Kids and Children

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

October 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

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cricket Media, Inc.
Frequency:
Monthly
Read More
BUY ISSUE
$5.60(Incl. tax)
SUBSCRIBE
$34.99(Incl. tax)
9 Issues

in this issue

1 min.
max and kate

“This is the color of your coat, Max,” says Kate. She shows him a yellow maple leaf. “You blend in with the yellow leaves, Max,” says Kate's daddy. “That is called camouflage. See how that squirrel blends in with the red leaves up there?” “Yes, lots of animals hide like that. Just look at that frog!” says Max's daddy. Suddenly, Max laughs. “Wait a minute. Is that a moose?” Kate grins and says, “Branches make good camouflage, too.” Silly Charlie is peeking out from behind a tree. “Look at my antlers!” he yells.…

2 min.
not the same squirrel

Jenny and her dad went for a walk on Sunday afternoon.“Look, there’s a gray squirrel,” said Jenny.“He’s probably hoping we will feed him,” said Dad.“I have some nuts,” said Jenny. “I will throw him one.”“No, it’s best not to feed wild animals,” said Dad.“I’m sorry, squirrel. I can’t feed you,” explained Jenny.The squirrel ran away. Dad and Jenny walked some more. “Look, there’s another squirrel,” said Jenny.“Is it the same one?” “This squirrel is also gray,” said Dad. “But this squirrel is wearing a ten-gallon hat,” said Jenny. “That’s strange. Most squirrels don’t wear ten-gallon hats,” said Dad. “Yes, but this one does,” said Jenny. “I guess this is not the same squirrel,” said Dad. Jenny wanted to throw a nut to the squirrel in the ten-gallon hat. But instead she said, “Sorry, squirrel in the ten-gallon…

1 min.
a friendly owl

What You’ll Need: uncoated paper plate paint and paintbrush, markers, or crayons glue construction paper scissors 2 googly eyes (optional) craft stick string or yarn tape What to Do: 1. With a grownup, paint or color the back of the plate orange. Let dry. 2. Turn the plate over, and paint or color the front. This will be your owl’s tummy, and you can give it colorful feathers. Let dry. 3. Fold the sides of the plate toward the center to make the wings. Don’t let the edges of the sides touch. Glue them in place and let dry. 4. Fold the top of the plate down to make the head. Glue it in place and let dry. 5. Cut the beak and feet out of construction paper. You can cut out eyes, too, or use googly eyes or other art supplies. 6.…

2 min.
the halloween costume countdown

Cat and Mouse sat in Cat’s house talking about what costumes to make for Alligator’s Halloween party. They had a big pile of arts and crafts supplies . . . but no big ideas. “We’ve got to decide soon, Mouse,” said Cat. “The party starts in two hours.” He shook out an old sheet. “I know. I’ll be a ghost!” Ding-dong! The doorbell rang. The friends jumped up and hurried to answer it. As Cat opened the door, a ghost on the front steps yelled, “Boo!” Cat glanced at the scaly feet peeking out from under the ghost’s flowing sheet. “Hello, Alligator,” he said. “I couldn’t wait to show you what I’m wearing for my party,” said Alligator. “It’s a great costume,” said Cat. “Come on in.” “Thanks,” said Alligator, “but I’ve got to dip some…

1 min.
autumn treasure boxes

What You’ll Need: scissors glue or tape What to Do: 1. With a grownup, cut out the boxes and cat’s ears along the solid black lines. Carefully cut out the two slots in each box. 2. With the words facing up, fold the sides with tabs up. Fold the sides with slots up, and push the tabs through the slots. 3. To attach the cat’s ears, fold along the dotted lines and glue or tape in place. Now you can fill these little boxes with treasures—acorns from your nature walks, pretty rocks or beads, or even candies. You can keep your boxes or share them with somebody who is special to you. It’s this pum pkin’s pleasure to hold your tiny treasure. Got a prize that’s itty bitty? Keep it in this pretty kitty.…