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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 2019

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

Land:
United States
Sprache:
English
Verlag:
Cricket Media, Inc.
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max and kate

Max and Kate are picking pumpkins. Kate wants a small one. Max wants the biggest one he can find. “Charlie, you can help us look,” says Kate. “I’ll take this one,” says Kate. “It’s so cute.” “And it’s got a lucky ladybug sitting on it!” says Max. Max finds a big, round pumpkin. “Wow!” says Kate. “Yours has a green grasshopper on top!” “Where’s Charlie?” asks Max. “He’s probably looking for a teeny tiny pumpkin, just his size,” says Kate. “Let’s go show him ours!” Down the path is the biggest pumpkin they’ve ever seen. It’s a giant! “Mine!” says Charlie, with a huge grin.…

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batty banner

What You'll Need: cardboard egg carton scissors your favorite art supplies 8 googly eyes (optional) 32-inch piece of yarn or string bell (optional) What to Do: 1. With a grownup, cut the top and side off the egg carton. Cut the bottom into 4 pieces, each with a row of 3 egg cups. These will be your bats! 2. To give each bat wings, cut triangles or half circles out of the cups on the right and left sides. 3. Paint your bats or decorate them with markers, stickers, or other art supplies. 4. Add eyes—googly eyes, stickers, or drawings. 5. Poke a small hole in each middle cup. 6. To hang the first bat up, string the yarn through the hole in the bat, and move the bat to the top of the yarn. Make a knot in the yarn…

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hazel grove

Today was Community Service Day at school, and Maya’s class was going on a field trip to a senior living center called Hazel Grove. It was also the first day Maya would be wearing her leg brace to school. Walking to school with her mom, Maya zipped her coat to her chin to fend off the chilly autumn air. She looked down at her shoes. Her left sneaker was a size larger than her right, so the brace could fit inside. Maya felt unsure about wearing the brace to school, even though it was decorated with a pretty butterfly pattern she had chosen from a book at the doctor’s office. It was supposed to help her walk more smoothly, and it did make her feel solid and steady as she picked…

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ladybug, muddle & thud

In p.j.’s, I slip off to sleep and drift up through the clouds piled deep. Tucked in my bed that’s now a rocket to a land of lakes of steaming hot chocolate. Ladybug is captain of a marshmallow ship plowing through bergs of chocolatey chips. And when someone has a real hankerin’ that’s when we drop the anchor in. Through an inlet to Sodie-Pop Sea I plot a new course—well, it’s all new to me—through currents of flavors and clouds of bubbles, I’ll work to steer the ship out of troubles! Muddle, Ladybug, and I dive under to meet new friends in a sweet land of wonder: angel-cake angelf ish with frosted f ish tails, waff le squid, pie crabs, and licorice whales! We climb out onto the crunchy-nut beach, with three good questions,…

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corny cottage

What You’ll Need: scissors glue What to Do: 1. Cut out the cottage, roof, trees, scarecrow, leaves, and pumpkins. 2. Carefully cut along the cottage door’s solid lines, but don’t cut on the dotted line. 3. Fold on all of the cottage’s dotted lines to form a little house, with the corn pattern facing out. 4. Glue corner seams, keeping the green f laps hidden inside the cottage. 5. Fold the roof and glue it on top, with the candy corn pattern facing out. 6. To make the trees and other decorations stand up, cut along the solid line at the bottom of each to make two f laps. Fold the f lap with the blue dot toward you and the f lap with the red dot away from you to make a little base. Place them around the…

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