Spring, Summer Math Activity with Ladybug Shape Craft, Counting, Graphing
This spring or summer, explore shapes as you count and graph with this sweet little craft during math class! This is great for a whole group lesson or a math center activity! Cut and glue ladybug, Then create a color code with the shape graphing page. For example, color the circle red on the graphing sheet, and then color all of the circles on the ladybug red. Once finished with color-coding, count how many of each shape, and record it on the graph. Glue a standard sheet of construction paper behind graphing paper. Attach the craft to top for display!
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Page 4: body
Page 5: head, two antennae, six feet
Page 6: graphing sheet
Book companions that you might read to celebrate the holiday with your crafting include, but certainly are not limited to the following sweet titles:
The Grouchy Ladybug
10 Little Ladybugs
Look Out, Ladybug!
Lots of Ladybugs
What the Ladybug Heard
Are You a Ladybug?
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