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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 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 at the garden center with Kate’s grandma. They are helping her choose plants for a butterfly garden. Kate picks out a butterfly bush. Charlie likes the tall hollyhocks. Max chooses a globe thistle. “It's prickly!” he says. They plant the flowers in Grandma's garden, and they wait. “Where are all the butterflies?” asks Kate.“They have to find us!” says her grandma. “I have an idea!” says Kate. Grandma helps her make a sign for the garden.“Great!” says Grandma. “Now let's go in for lunch.” Later, they come outside and see lots of butterflies! “Wow, your sign worked,” says Max with a laugh. “And butterflies don’t seem to mind the prickles!” ■…

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still water adventure

“ Daddy!” Sophie shouted. “Look! There are clouds in the water!”“Yes,” Daddy whispered, “the lake is so still it’s like a mirror. When you jump on the dock it makes ripples.”The spreading ripples rumpled the cloud pictures. Sophie stopped jumping. The ripples vanished. Perfect clouds reappeared. “Can we go in the canoe? Can I paddle?” Sophie whispered.“Yes.” Daddy smiled. He held out the life jacket for her.Sophie put on her jacket. Daddy clipped her straps together.“You get the front seat,” said Daddy.The canoe wobbled when Sophie stepped in, sending new waves across the lake. Sophie sat quietly. The water was still again. Daddy handed her a paddle and showed her how to hold it. Smoothly, he sat in the back seat and pushed the canoe away from the…

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dragons in the garden

One sunny afternoon in June, Lionel was digging up dinosaur bones in the garden.“Lionel!” called his mother from the kitchen window. “It’s bath time. Come inside and please don’t dawdle!”“But, Mom! I’ve just discovered a new dinosaur. I don’t have time for a bath.”“NOW!” his mother said, closing the window.“Humph,” mumbled Lionel. “Who has time for a bath? I don't want a bath.” He started up the garden path. He was so busy grumbling, he almost didn’t see the little bear sitting on an overturned flowerpot.“Hello,” said the bear. “Why are you so grumpy?”“Because I have to take a bath!” said Lionel.“H’m,” said the bear, examining his toenails. “Bears don’t take baths. We prefer to be dirty.”“So do I,” said Lionel with a sigh. “But my mother thinks I…

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dragon puppet

(art © 2018 by Steliyana Doneva) What You’ll Need: construction paper and/or markerstoilet paper rollscissors2 googly eyes or buttons2 large pompoms or cotton balls2 small pompoms or round stickerspaper streamersgluehole punchcraft stick or unsharpened pencil What to Do: 1. With a grownup, cut a piece of construction paper large enough to cover the roll. Glue it on. You could also color the roll with markers.2. Glue one googly eye or button to each large pompom or cotton ball. Now glue these eyes in place on your puppet.3. Glue the small pompoms, or nostrils, in place. You could also use stickers for nostrils.4. Cut the streamers into 6 or 7 strips. Each strip can be 1/2 inch wide and 6 to 12 inches long. Glue strips inside the bottom of the roll.5.…

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dizzy dragons

What You'll Need: scissors string What to Do: I. With a grownup, cutout all the pieces on the red dotted lines. 2. Fold the mobile top in half on the black dotted line. 3. Make a hole in each dot and string the three wide-awake dragons to the mobile top. 4. String thread through the other hole in the mobile top and hang it up. ■…

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