Once made, they can be saved each year and then a new glow stick can be added inside. The kids love flying these around the yard at night! Could be a fun camping craft
Pop Bottle Craft
Ladybug Game This is a game I saw at a workshop. It has 2 levels. On one side of the sticks, a numeral is written with the corresponding amount of ladybugs stamped on the sticks. Children identify the numeral, then place each ladybug counter on a ladybug on the stick while counting aloud. The flip side of the stick has the numeral written on it, but is not stamped. More advanced children can use the unstamped side, then self-check their answer by checking the reverse side. Read more: http://prekinders.com/numbers-counting/#ixzz1g9iPnq5o
Pre-K Math: Numbers & Counting - PreKinders
While wandering through the craft store a couple weeks ago I happened upon a lot of Valentine's Day merchandise with the term "love bug." Although it was all pretty cheesy and very girly, it inspired this years non-candy version for Owen's 1st grade class. Owen is all boy so the idea of handing out plastic bugs to his classmates thrilled him.
red lunch bags (at Target), and then cut out circles of black paper for ladybug spots, and large circles cut in half for the head. Glue on some eyes, draw antennas and a line down the center and voila... ladybug puppets! @Katy Mulligan
Sensory Table: Bugs hidden in "grass" (Easter grass) - Re-pinned by @PediaStaff – Please Visit ht.ly/63sNt for all our pediatric therapy pins
7 creepy crawly crafts for kids -- variety of bug themed crafts to celebrate Spring