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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

May/June 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

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Cricket Media, Inc.
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wave stick

What You’ll Need:  paper towel rollconstruction paperpencilcupscissors2 rubber bands tape 2 or 3 pipe cleaners1/2 cup mixture of uncooked rice and dried beansyour favorite art supplies glue (optional) What to Do: 1. With a grownup, use the bottom of the roll to trace two circles on the paper. Now use the cup to trace larger circles centered around the first two circles. 2. Cut out the two large circles. Make about six cuts into each circle, stopping when you get close to the smaller circle inside. 3. Use one of the circles to cover one end of the roll. Fasten with a rubber band, then tape in place. 4. Bend the pipe cleaners back and forth in a zigzag pattern. Slide them into the open end…

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suleiman’s big adventure

Mr. Khan looked after Suleiman every day. Scrub-scrub. Wash-wash. Polish-polish. After the scrub, wash, and polish, Suleiman longed to go for a spin. But Mr. Khan never, ever drove him anywhere. Not even to the post office.“You’re special,” said Mr. Khan. “I don’t want you to get dirty and tired.”Suleiman was tired of being parked. He was tired of being clean and shiny. So one day, he took off on his own. BEEP-BEEP! Suleiman went past the post office van, the window-cleaner man, the school bus, and the racing fire truck. BEEP-BEEP! He honked as he sped through the countryside. Quack-quack! Ducks in the way. BEEP-BEEP! Suleiman swerved off the road. SPLASH! Suleiman found his way back to the motorway. BEEP-BEEP! He honked as he…

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nana’s piano

Greta loved playing Nana’s old piano more than anything in the world. More than eating Nana’s cookies. More than using Nana’s bubble bath. Even more (just a little bit more) than playing in her garden with the toads and butterflies and daisies.Nana and Greta sat on the bench side by side. Greta’s fingers made a boom-doom-rrroom on the low bass keys. Nana’s fingers made a dilly-dilly-dee on the high treble keys. In the middle, their fingers hopped and danced together. Greta played a song called “Tired Old Toad.” Nana played a song called “Breezy Butterflies.” Together they played a song—“a duet,” explained Nana—called “Dancing with Daisies.”But one day, instead of boom-doom-rrroom, Greta’s keys went clunk-dunk-bunk. Instead of dilly-dilly-dee, Nana’s keys went clink-dink-bink. And their duet just sounded silly.Nana called the piano tuner. He poked all the…

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timothy plays the drum

Timothy plays the . Hear it come with a rum-tum-tum. Timothy plays the tum-tum. Annie plays the . Sweet and high, silver and shy, Annie plays the high-shy. And Timothy plays the tum-tum. Mommy plays the . With a bow in the middle and a whee-diddle-diddle, Mommy plays the whee-diddle. Annie plays the high-shy.And Timothy plays the tum-tum.Daddy plays the . It’s a deep-down thrum and a boing-doing hum when Daddy plays the thrum-hum.Mommy plays the whee-diddle. Annie plays the high-shy. And Timothy plays the tum-tum.Christopher plays . With a strum on a string and a finger pluck ping, Christopher plays strum-string. Daddy plays the thrum-hum. Mommy plays the whee-diddle. Annie plays the high-shy. And Timothy plays the tum-tum. Natalie plays . Fingers ring on keys that sing, Natalie…

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go fish

What You’ll Need: scissors What to Do: 1. Cut out all the fish cards along the dotted lines. Mix them together. 2. Give each player five cards and place the rest facedown in a pile. 3. If you have a pair of matching cards in your hand, place them faceup in front of you and take another card from the pile. 4. Now take turns drawing a card from the hand of the player on your right. Each time you match a pair, put it faceup on the table and take another card from the pile. 5. Continue until all the pairs are matched. Which lucky player is left holding the rainbow fish?…