The Bad-Tempered Ladybird by Eric Carle. Love this activity - so cute! The book is great for so many different activities - speech marks/bubbles, expression when reading, time, length/measurement, minibeasts/animals themes, etc. etc..

I love this! What a great idea after reading the Grouchy Ladybug (Eric Carle). What makes you grouchy?

I love these ladybird counters! Made using: bottle tops, a permanent marker and some googly eyes. Perfect for counting, game counters or what about sorting?

Bottle top ladybugs (turn into math game by varying the # of spots, write numeral on bottom for self-checking) I'd use plastic bottle caps for this.

Garden Maths - simple number bonds - from Rachel (",)

Garden Maths Ideas

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.

Painted Rocks Ladybug Color Counters,steinemalen,Painting Pebbles , Pattern Idea for Painting on Stones and Rocks, Animal Stones, Animal Shapes , animals, rocks, stones, realistic , Stein Bemalen, Stone Crafts, rock crafts, DIY, kawaii, cute ,critters,creatures

Painting Rock & Stone Animals, Nativity Sets & More: Painted Rocks: A Painting Project for Teaching Your Child Colors and Numbers

Wugs and Dooey: "What the Ladybird Heard" Small World Play

BC Language Arts Reading Oral Language Wugs and Dooey: "What the Ladybird Heard" Small World Play


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