Looks like a fun sensory area or center for daily play.
Ladybug stained glass window - based on Mem Fox "Yoo Hoo Ladybug" or Bad Tempered Ladybug
Play Dough Ladybirds fantastic for learning to count, number recognition and…
How to make a simple paper plate ladybird - Being Mrs C
'What the Ladybird Heard' small world.
Number Bond Bugs - give children 10 spots to put n each wing.
black, red and white paper. Black and red tissue confetti. Red and black sticky jewels, red black and white ribbon, ladybug stickers, red black and white Pom pom puffs
What the Ladybird Heard by Julia Donaldson- song
Goodroe, the wonderful kindergarten teacher across the hall from me who also came up with the other ladybug math idea. It is such a blessing to work with such talented teachers!
Australia - The Three Little Pigs Pencil Path Control Activity Sheets - Our pencil control worksheets are specially designed to help your children improve their fine motor skills.
What the ladybird heard.
Swirling Twirling Ladybugs - Crafts by Amanda
Potato print ladybirds with black fingerprints for spots
BC Language Arts Reading Oral Language Wugs and Dooey: "What the Ladybird Heard" Small World Play
Playdough Mats Ladybird Adding Spots H Early Years (EYFS), Primary & Secondary School teaching help, ideas and free teaching resources for the classroom. We love sharing free teaching resources!
Minibeast themed Finger Gym - collect as many as you can in 1 minute. love the idea of a "finger gym"
'What the Ladybird Heard' puppets to retell the story.
What the ladybird heard fine motor with playdough
could easily be adapted for an maths display
Garden Maths - simple number bonds: Children use common elements that are found in a garden for learning recognition, ordering, counting, addition, and other mathematical principles.