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Grouchy Ladybug Insect Activity or Lapbook

The Grouchy Ladybug lapbook or center activity {DaddysTractor.com}

If I ask you what bugs eat you might say “leaves!”  In which case you would be partly right.  Many bugs eat leaves; tree leaves, soybean leaves, corn plant leaves.  These types of bugs can be a problem at times.  There are other bugs, however, that can be a farmer’s best friend.  One of these is the ladybug, which is why we had to include “The Grouchy Ladybug” by Eric Carle in our recent insect lessons!

The Grouch Ladybug lapbook or center activities {DaddysTractor.com}

Eric Carle dedicates the book with an explanation of how ladybugs eat aphids, a rather destructive little critter.

So in honor of ladybugs, here is a free Grouchy Ladybug Insect Activity that works great as a center in your classroom or in a lapbook like we did for homeschool.

Grouchy Ladybug lapbook or center activity

The Grouchy Ladybug activity for centers or lapbook

Grouchy Ladybug 1

Grouchy Ladybug cards 1

Grouchy Ladybug cards 2

{Update!  To see an entire lesson plan for insects, click here!}

Insect thematic unit—activities and printables {DaddysTractor.com}

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4 thoughts on “Grouchy Ladybug Insect Activity or Lapbook

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  3. groceryshrink

    This is awesome, Kelly! I’d like to do this with Brandon–it’s perfect for spring.

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