Kid Color Pages: Ladybug Life Cycle
We love kid color pages at our house! With the warm weather we are looking for fun ladybug activities and crafts.
I thought an educational collection of printables that focus on the life cycle of the ladybug would be perfect.
Grab your crayons, markers or colored pencils.
And let’s talk about the metamorphosis process of the ladybug!
Print out your ladybug life cycle printables. <<——- click here to print
Start at the top of the page and work your way around talking about each stage of progression for the ladybug. Follow the arrows.
Color each step of the way.
Now you can break it down page by page.
Count the eggs.
Talk about where the ladybug lays her eggs.
The next pahse of the ladybug is to be a larva.
Here is a young larva and a mature larva.
See how much they change as they grow?
Count the circles on the young larva.
Count the spiky little hairs on the mature larva.
Next it changes into a pupa.
This looks a lot like a caterpillar, don’t you think?
Look at the furry hair and all the circles. Talk about the changes
Count the circles on the pupa’s back.
Did you know that when a ladybug is young it is yellow and has no spots.
Color this ladybug yellow!
How many legs does the ladybug have?
And now the ladybug is red and black and has it’s spots.
Where do you see ladybugs in your yard?
Crawling on flowers, trees and in the grass?
And there you have it. The life cycle of a lady bug.
You can also read this great book for youngsters called A Ladybug’s Life while you do these kid color pages.
More Kid Color Pages:
- Earth Day Color Pages for Girls
- Earth Day Color Pages for Boys
- Jesus Color Pages (Easter)
- St Patrick Color Pages
Thank you for the awesome printable. We are talking about butterflies and ladybugs this week for Preschool and this was perfect.
Love the idea to color as you discuss each stage. We are seeing ladybugs all over the yard these days, so this is perfect for my little guy. Thanks!
These are fantastic coloring pages Crystal!
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I love this printable. It’s adorable. Thanks so much for linking up at Mom’s Library. I’ll be featuring you at Meaningful Mama this week. I’ll be pinning this too!
This is great, thanks! I downloaded the printables and ordered the book on Amazon. We have a Ladybug themed week planned for summer so I will definitely use these! I’ll blog about it at: handsonhomeschool.blogspot.com
Thanks very clear and helpful
Just wanted to say thanks for this fun printable! My daughter needed something to share in Girl Scouts about raising ladybugs and this was perfect!