Try this easy and inexpensive ladybug craft that will brighten your child's day. Kids love ladybugs!
Paper plate ladybug
small paper plate
red and black tempra paint, paintbrush
Paint the bottom of the paper plate red. Let dry. With the black paint, draw on lines to form the ladybug's head and wings. Paint on black dots on the wings for the ladybug's spots. Let dry. Glue on wiggly eyes and draw or paint on a mouth.
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Watch the small larvae eat and drink from special gels, form cocoons, and emerge as adult ladybugs.
Includes sturdy Ladybug Land habitat, magnifier dome cap, coupon for 15 to 20 ladybug larvae with special food and complete instructions.
See-through domed habitat allows you to get a bugs eye view.
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