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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 January 2016

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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i spy

Geraldine loves to make castles that look alike. Or does she? Can you spy the castle that is different from the others? Keep an eye out for us! We are going to roll through this magazine with you! ■…

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max and kate

Max and Mo are shopping with Daddy. They walk home, down the sidewalk . . . and through the park. “Oh no! Lots of pieces are missing!” cries Max. Here comes Kate—and look what she has in her pockets! ■…

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when dragon shrank

Dragon and Red Squirrel were good friends. They visited each other often.Dragon enjoyed gazing through the windows of Squirrel’s tree house at rooms far too little for him. He would say, “Squirrel, how I wish I could relax in your squooshy armchair.”Squirrel delighted in scampering through Dragon’s cave, exploring rooms far too big for him. He would say, “Dragon, how I wish I could reach the table when I sit in your carved Viking chair.”One morning, Dragon had an idea. Away he flapped to the wizard’s cottage. “Sir Wizard, may I please ask a favor? I long to lounge in Squirrel’s amazing armchair. Will you shrink me for an hour?”“Well, just this once,” said the wizard.Waving his wand, he chanted, “Dragon, Dragon, change your size. See the world through tiny…

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sitting

I sit on a pillow. I sit on the floor. I sit with my legs crossed. (art © 2015 by Isabel Roxas)I sit near the door. I sit on the sofa. I sit on the bed. But when I get excited, I stand on my head! I sit sideways. We sit together. ■…

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the snowman

One winter morning, Mark and Kim went out to play.There were snowflakes falling on the trees. There were snowflakes falling on the bushes. There were snowflakes falling on Mark and Kim, too!“Today is a good day to build a snowman,” said Kim.“We will need a hat and scarf,” said Mark.“We will need a carrot and 3 buttons,” said Kim.Mark found a red hat and a carrot. Kim found a blue scarf and 3 buttons.As Kim and Mark finished their snowman, the snowflakes stopped falling and the sun started to shine.“We need one more thing for our snowman,” said Kim.“What?” asked Mark.“We need an umbrella,” said Kim, “to keep the sun from melting our snowman!” ■…

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parade

Toot - el - y toot, play on the flute, march-ing to - geth - er down the street, rum-met-ty tum, play on the drum, smil-ing at ev’ - ry one we meet. Toss the ba - ton, where has it gone? Whirl-ing and twirl-ing toward the sky! Catch it! Don’t let it fall! Peo-ple will clap and call as we march mer - ri - ly by! (stamp, stamp) ■…

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