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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

February 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

Country:
United States
Language:
English
Publisher:
Cricket Media, Inc.
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max and kate

“We are going on a journey to find our lost cuddly toys,” says Kate. “It starts with this mountain.”“I feel like a mountain goat!” says Max. “Now we have to cross this huge, sandy desert,” says Kate. “Careful where you put your feet. There might be snakes!” As they enter the deep, deep jungle, Max whispers, “Look out, Charlie. There’s a tiger!” “Hooray, we found them!” cheers Kate. “And they are hungry. Good thing I brought a picnic!” “This is our journey’s end,” says Kate as they eat the snacks and cuddle their toys. “No, it’s not!” says Max with a chuckle. “Now we have to take our pals all the way back again!” ■…

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milo and button take flight

Milo loved his dog, Button. Button had hanging-down ears. Ears so long and so hanging-down that the friends sometimes got tangled up on walks.On days when sidewalks disappeared beneath snow, Milo carried Button in his arms. Button’s long ears hugged Milo’s neck like a warm, fuzzy scarf.When thunderstorms boomed, and rain hammered the roof, Milo’s dreams were sweet with Button’s soft ears covering his own. And secrets? Well, those ears held more than a few.One warm, windy day in Milo’s backyard, Milo threw a ball for Button to fetch. Button took chase, his ears streaming behind. But then . . .The wind changed.Button’s right ear filled up like a sail on a ship and the wind blew the dog back the way he had come, his puppy dog toes…

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stepping, stomping

Stepping, stomping,tramping, tromping,marching up a hill. Reach the topand there I STOP.Now I’m standing still. Twirling, swirling,tilt-a-whirling,spinning round and round. Like a topI slow and STOP.Now I’m on the ground. ■…

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rocket ride

Are you ready to make your own amusement park ride? What You’ll Need: toilet paper rollyour favorite art suppliesconstruction paperscissorsglue tapedrinking straw64-inch piece of yarn or stringcoin What to Do: 1. With a grownup, decorate the roll to look like a cool rocket! You can use markers, crayons, stickers, paint—whatever you like. 2. Cut the straw into 4 pieces. 3. Thread the yarn or string through 2 pieces of the straw. Tie the ends to the other 2 pieces. 4. Tape 2 pieces of the straw to the inside of the tube. Don’t tape the yarn or string! 5. Tape the coin below the 2 pieces of straw. 6. Cut 2 ∑-inch rocket fins out of the construction paper. Glue…

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are we there yet?

Shutterstock.com Anya wiggled in her airplane seat. “Are we almost there?” she asked her parents.“No,” Mom said. “Dadima’s house is still far.”“Still?” Anya had been flying forever! When would she see her grandma, Dadima?Dadima lived in India. Anya lived in the United States. They had never met. But Dad had given Anya an old photo of Dadima. In the photo, she had long black hair, big brown eyes, and dimpled cheeks—just like Anya!Anya and Dadima talked on the phone whenever Dadima’s phone worked. They didn’t speak the same language, and they needed Dad’s help to understand one another. But Dadima sounded kind. On the plane, Anya asked some of her favorite questions. “What is Dadima like?What is India like? Did you live in India?” She loved to hear her parents’…

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furry fliers

Do you hear something flying toward you? With a chirp, a tweet . . . a woof and a mew? After you make these furry fliers, you’ll hear all kinds of unusual sounds coming from the sky! What You’ll Need:  scissorsglue stick2 paper clips (optional) What to Do: 1. With a grownup, cut out the dog and cat. 2. With the animals face up, fold each in half along the blue dashed line in the middle. Now fold each down along the black dotted lines. 3. Put a line of glue inside each furry flier to keep the sides together in midair.It’s time for these furry pals to catch the breeze! For a longer journey, try adding a paper clip to the front…

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