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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 March 2018

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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IN THIS ISSUE

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max and kate

It's a windy spring day. Max’s daddy says, “Let’s have a kite-making contest!” They find everything they need in the garage. Max makes a huge kite. “It’s a giant with a tiny tail!” he laughs. Kate's kite is medium-sized. “Mine has a ribbon tail,” she says.Now they are ready to go to the park! Charlie brings the kite he made, too. It is little, with a long tail. “Whoa, don't trip,” Max says with a laugh. It's time to see which kite will fly the highest. Max’s kite crashes! Kate’s kite lands in the bushes! But Charlie’s kite, with its long tail, soars like a bird.“I won!” he says with a grin.…

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the best splash

Coco the puppy was enjoying every moment of her rainy-day walk. Pulling on her leash, she dragged Mr. Brown right to the biggest puddle she could find. With delight, she romped straight through it. Muddy water went this way and that.What a splash! Coco thought. That must have been the best one ever.But Mr. Brown really didn’t notice. With his umbrella, boots, and raincoat, not a drop touched him. “Time to go home, Coco,” he said. Way out at sea, an enormous humpback whale leaped out of the water. Turning over, he fell back into the waves. Salt water flew everywhere.What a splash! the whale thought. That must have been the best one ever.But the school of fish nearby really didn’t notice. With the ocean all around them,…

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i can hear spring

Just around the time when most of the snow has melted, spring comes honking back to my home in Spencerville, Ontario. It comes loudly. Canada geese don’t care if you’re sleeping or if you’re eating breakfast—they honk like crazy!The sound is a whisper at first: honk, honk, honk, coming from the south. Then I see tiny dots, way up high. Their calls get louder: honk, honk, honk!The dots form the letter V, moving quickly toward me in the blue sky. There are many geese flying in that V shape. The one at the front has the hardest job. When he gets tired, he moves back and another one takes a turn being the leader. They are even louder now: honk, honk, honk! The geese fly right over me. I…

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if henry could dance

Everyone in Henry’s family could dance. His parents had won lots of ballroom dance contests. His sister, Natalie, was in the Clay City Ballet Troupe. His uncle, Marvin, had been a famous tap dancer until he fell off the stage and broke six toes—three on each foot. And his brother, George, could dance every dance that had ever been invented.Yes, everyone in Henry’s family could dance. Except Henry. Henry couldn’t even do the Hokey Pokey when he was in preschool.“He’s just not coordinated,” said his father.“He’s got two left feet,” said Natalie.“He’s a klutz,” said George.Henry beat Dad at checkers all the time. He could swim better than George. He was a better speller than Natalie, and she was two years older.But Henry could not dance. And…

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sunny spring signs

What You’ll Need:  scissorsballpoint pen cardboardtape What to Do: 1. With a grownup, cut out these six cards along the black lines. Place one card picture side down on a piece of thick cardboard. 2. With the tip of a ballpoint pen, carefully push down on each dot on the back of the picture. Yes, push a hole right through the paper! 3. After you have punched out all the dots, tape the picture to a sunny window. The sunshine will peek through the holes and make the picture sparkle.Do the same thing with the other pictures, or save them for another day. LADYBUG TAKEOUT PAGES Please remove carefully at fold. LADYBUG TAKEOUT PAGES Please remove carefully at fold. LADYBUG TAKEOUT PAGES Please remove…

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