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Ladybug Lessons

We are having a blast with our insect unit this month. We moved from Butterflies to Ladybugs this week.  So many things to learn!  Lots of fun!

Lifecycle learning...

We just sent away for (on line) our larva for the ladybug land!  Can't wait to hatch our own!

Just so happened that I had one of his reading comprehension stories cued up to Ladybugs!

Painting our rocks into Ladybugs!  This is one of our Sun Scholar art projects also!

Cute huh!


Crisc said…
I want one of them LadyBug Lands!!
Lindsay said…
Love the lady bug rocks and ladybug land looks like so much fun!!
Mary said…
Those ladybug rocks are so cute. You are such a creative homeschool mama!
Tina said…
I love the ladybug rocks. So cute!
Holly said…
Looks like a lot of fun! Love the ladybug land.
Erin said…
My third grade class is in the process of studying ladybugs. Ours are in the pupa stage! The kids love it!
Jamie said…
How CUTE!!!!The rocks are rocking and can't wait to see you all hatch your own little lady babies(cute huh).
Michelle said…
wow! how fun and cute!
Lynda said…
How fun!!! Thanks for linking up at NOBH. I will have to come back here with my son when we are doing our insect study. You have some great ideas.
Michelle said…
Love it! ALLL of it! I am a new follower and I would love if you linked this up to my Made by Little Hands Monday party!! Your link up is also an entry to a giveaway!! Hope to see you there!
Have a great day!
Shauna said…
How fun to hatch your own ladybugs & I love your rock ladybugs. I love painted rocks and I need to kick into gear and have my little ones make some rock art too. Thanks for linking this to my "All Things Wonderful" link party.
Take care,
Pamela said…
Love the ladybug land. I've bought my grands an ant farm and crabs--think I'll get dishonored if i add the ladybugs land? I hope not because it looks like fun!


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