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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 April 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

Kate, Max, and Charlie are making mud pies.“Can I play, too?” Max’s mommy asks with a smile. Kate decorates her mud cake with flowers. Charlie makes muddy muffins. The mud flies everywhere! Max makes rocky road cupcakes, with real rocks.“All these treats are making me hungry!” Kate says. “Hey, wasn’t your mom going to play, too?” Just then, Max’s mommy comes back with four cups of chocolate pudding. “I found some mud we can really eat!” she says with a grin. ■…

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breakfast around the world

Spain Good morning, sleepyhead! It’s breakfast time, and that means chocolate con churros—a cup of thick hot chocolate with churros, or fried sticks of pastry dough, for dunking. Ghana Wander into the kitchen in your p.j.’s and munch on a piece of sugar bread along with your cup of tea. On Saturday, your mom will cook “Tom Brown,” a porridge made from toasted corn. But today, breakfast is quick, because it’s a school day. Vietnam Slurp, slurp! This morning, you eat pho for breakfast, a light noodle soup. As your mom helps you get ready, she drinks Vietnamese iced coffee made with sweet condensed milk. Norway There's a delicious plate of cucumber slices, pickled herring, and brunost—a…

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piggy is not afraid

“I am so brave,” said Little Heron, “that I could be a pilot!” “I am so brave,” said Doggy, “that I could be a pirate!” “I am so brave,” said Little Frog, “that I could be a superhero!” “I think I’m brave, too,” said Piggy. “I’m not even afraid of going down the slide!” ■…

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half a donkey a story from botswana

Precious was upset. She stood on the school stage, wanting to cry.Her class was practicing its play. And Precious had to be a donkey! Not even a whole donkey, just the front half. She wore a sack. She had two silly ears sticking up on her head. In the middle of the play, she had to say, “Hee-haw, hee-haw!” Very, very loudly.Worst of all, Jasper was the back half of the donkey. He held on to Precious’s waist, and it tickled when they walked across the stage. Precious wanted to be a princess like Miriam. Miriam wore a long white dress and a golden crown. She had lovely words to say, like, “Oh, my father, welcome home. See, I have cooked your favorite meal.” Or else Precious wanted to…

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14 carrot theater

Cut out the three strips of small pictures along the solid green lines, keeping the white strips at each end. (Do not cut the small pictures apart!) Carefully cut two slits in the picture of the stage along the dotted lines.From the back,thread one small picture through both slits, so that one small picture appears on the stage. Use all the strips to create a lively talent show!To make up your own shows, cut strips of plain white paper and draw the acts you would like to see on your stage ■…

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