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Ladybugs aren’t really bugs and they belong to the beetle family. During the sprint and summer, you are most likely going to see ladybugs near flowers and gardens. They are considered predator bugs and are considered helpful, even to farmers. Many ladybugs, there are over 5,000 different species of ladybugs, will consume soft body insects. It is important not to kill them as they help protect your flowers and garden from being destroyed by plant-eating bugs.
Ladybug Activity Sheets
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Ladybug Life Cycle Sheet 1
Ladybugs go through 4 different life cycles: eggs, larva, pupa, and adult. The first sheet already has the different life cycles colored for you. Your child will then need to color the ladybug on the right. Then cut out both the top and bottom circles. Center the two circles and poke a brad through the center to hold them together and spin the top circle. Note: if you have a child with little hands you can glue a popsicle stick to the back of the bottom circle.
Ladybug Life Cycle Sheet 2
This worksheet is the same as the first one; however, your child will have to color each stage of the ladybug and the ladybug on the right. Then cut out both the top and bottom circles. Center the two circles and poke a brad through the center to hold them together and spin the top circle. Note: if you have a child with little hands you can glue a popsicle stick to the back of the bottom circle.
The Letter L Worksheet
Write your name on the top of the worksheet. Then color the letter L and the ladybug.
Cut and Paste
Write your name on the top of the worksheet. Next color the bushes and the ladybugs. Then cut out the ladybug squares. Finally, glue the ladybug squares onto each leaf on the bushes
How Many Ladybugs? Sheet 1
Cut out each square along the solid lines. Then color, circle, or use a clothespin to mark the right number of ladybugs on each card.
How Many Ladybugs? Sheet 2
Again, cut out each square along the solid lines. Then color, circle, or use a clothespin to mark the right number of ladybugs on each card.
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12 thoughts on “Free Ladybug Activity Sheets”
I love these ladybug activity sheets. So cute and perfect for the spring season! Adorable!
My daughter would love to do this! So much cuteness! Thank you for sharing!
This would be fun for my granddaughter. She would love the ladybugs.
I always loved lady bugs. We called them ladybirds. These sheets are great a little learning and a little fun!
Ladybugs are so cute! These activity sheets are great!
I really love Ladybugs they look so cute! I really love this!
These are all really great sheets! I always love Ladybugs!
Who doesn’t love lady bugs, right? That is such a fun activity for parents to print out for kids
Such fun and adorable activity sheets for kids. I love seeing ladybugs in my flower garden. They’re just so pretty!
This sounds like a wonderful spring activity. Great way for kids to learn some great skills.
I have a five year nephew. He will be so happy to so do these activities together. I love baby sitting him often!
I am all about Ladybugs… so these printables are the perfect fit for us 😉 Love this and appreciate you sharing 😉