I made these Ladybug Printables to go along with our Ladybug Land experience. This was my first foray into the land of free printables (though I do sell party printables already) – or schooling related printables either. I do plan on offering more freebies over time.
When I made the ladybug printables, I meant for the matching sheet to be cut up and pasted onto cards to create a DIY memory game. However, if I ever update these printables, I plan on scrambling the right side so that they can be used to draw a line from one to the other to keep it simpler for the parent.
Evan did enjoy the intended purpose of the matching cards, so that was good. And it was a good first experience as we didn’t have a memory game at the time. Now we do have one, but I haven’t pulled it out to give it a shot yet.
I definitely think he’s been able to get more use out of that sheet when used this way rather than drawing on it once and it being done with though.
I was impressed with how Evan colored the Ladybugs without any prompting. Looks like he did learn something about them! He also was great at counting how many spots were on them.
This time he chose to color the L printable, but in the future I’ll have him cut up a magazine and paste images into it. He loves gluing things down, so I think that will be a hit.
Get your own copies here, just click the image to download each PDF individually:
If you share the finished versions of these Ladybug Printables on Instagram, tag me @learningandnesting or post these to my Facebook page! I would love to see! 🙂
Clipart from WinchesterLambourne.