Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Lady Bug Adventure book


 
Lady Bug, Lady Bug, fly away home.

Help the children create a peep out Lady Bug Adventure book!

Read: “Ladybug, Ladybug, What Will You do Today?”  by Jo Cleland

Here is a rhyme you can add to your book. Choose one stanza per page.

 

Materials Needed: Construction paper, a variety of art supplies, glue, scissors, and little lady bugs.
 Directions: Decide how many pages you will want for each book. Do one page each day. 
Last Page

 
Set a Lady Bug on the last page. Take the rest of the pages and cut a hole where you have placed the Lady Bug on the last page. In this way the Lady Bug peeks out through all of the pages.
Page one
 
Page two

   
Page 3
 
 
 On each page, write down an adventure that the child will dictate to you.


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