Ladybugs Storytime – revised
For a craft project, make one of these simple ladybug headbands: Ladybug Crown (dltk-kids.com)
Bright, Paul. Hide-and-Seek Ladybugs. With die-cut holes, this fun story has a ladybug and lightning bug play hide-and-seek.
Carle, Eric. The Grouchy Ladybug. The ladybug is willing to fight any animal, no matter the size.
Donaldson, Julia. What the Ladybug Heard at the Zoo. The ladybug hears robbers discuss their upcoming plan to use a monkey to rob the Queen of England.
Finn, Isobel. The Very Lazy Ladybug. A ladybug who is so lazy she never learned to fly hitches rides on various animals.
Fox, Mem. Yoo-Hoo, Ladybug! The audience will call out the repeated title phrase and look for the ladybug hiding in each illustration.
Genechten, Guido van. Super Ladybug to the Rescue! Ladybug rescues animals of any size in this superhero story.
Thomas, Jan. Can You Make a Scary Face? Listeners will make the movements called out by Ladybug in the interactive story.
See the earlier version of this storytime outline: Ladybugs Storytime Ideas (bayviews.org)