The Lost Ladybug Project

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The Lost Ladybug Project

Across North America ladybug species distribution is changing. Join the Lost Lady Bug Project in finding out where all the ladybugs have gone. Take a virtual field trip to Colorado and learn more about the Lost Ladybug Project.

Check out the links to fun websites about ladybugs and ladybug crafts. There's a list of recommended books and a Learning Corner of questions and activities about this episode.

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Learning Activities for The Lost Ladybug Project

Each Learning Corner is designed by an educator to be easily integrated into individual curriculums, as well as State, and National Standards.

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Other Fun Websites

  • The Lost Ladybug Project

    . THe Lost Ladybug Project is asking everyone to get out their cameras and nets and photograph every ladybug they can find.The site is packed with great tips on how to find and collect ladybugs, the best times of year to collect them, how to calm them down They are not looking for professional photographers, just people who are willing to get a little fresh air and have a little fun. You can upload your photos to the website or send them via snail mail.

  • Conservationist for Kids

    Welcome to Conservationist for Kidsthe nature and environment magazine for kids in New York State. Every issue contains information and activities about the environment, and ways to explore outside.

  • Everything About Ladybugs

    Angie and Kevin love ladybugs. Check out their ladybug site filled with crafts, clipart, games and facts about ladybugs

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