Time for Spring Crafts… Aaaaah the glorious little ladybird or ladybug!! Such a wonderful little beetle that kids simply adore and one to start spotting from spring onwards – and right through the summer! To celebrate these adorable little creatures, I have brought together our Easy Ladybug Crafts for Kids! So cute!
This is only a start collection of ladybug crafts, so something for everyone.. whether you are after a Handpring Ladybug Craft for preschoolers or a Paper Ladybug Bookmark for older kids! Hopefully you will enjoy them all.
Easy Ladybug Crafts for Kids
Learn how to make a Ladybug Corner Bookmark! You know how we LOVE making bookmarks for any occassion.. and yes, we have a ladybird corner bookmark too. A super simple shape and yet super cute to make. Perfect for Spring and Summer reading.
Similarlu, we are a HUGE fan of simple pop up cards. These fun and easy 3d Ladybug Pop Up Cards are sure to put a smile on someone’s face. Love the super simple “circle” method of making these cards. All you need is a round template (a cup or a tin can) and off yo go…
Similarly, these Easy Ladybug Lollipops make a fun treat to give to friends or the kids. Again, all you need is a red lollipop and a circle template.
Kids will love this fun Ladybug Paper Weaving project. Paper weaving is a wonderfully mindul activity and there are so many projects you can make! It will also keep the kids busy for a while.
Ladybug Crafts for Preschoolers
I say these are Ladybug Crafts for preschoolers, but anyone can enjoy these really too. I just thought it was useful to loosely group them into different age groups. Needless to say, younger kid scan enjoy working on the projects above too.. or have a go at the following!
Rock painting is still very much in with kids. There is something irristible about a smooth rock. Wht not turn them into these super cute and easy Rock Ladybugs ?
….Then make a whole set of them, as some easy bee rocks and you have yourself a homemade Tic Tac Toe Game!
These Handprint Ladybugs are super old! We made a whole animal alphabet when my kids where toddlers! Happy memories. So cute and super easy to make too!
Another quick and easy craft are these Plastic Lid Ladybirds! You can then play with these, turn them into fridge magnets or add them to greeting cards! Super quick and cute!
Or how about some easy Ladybird Suncatchers from Rainy Day Mum?
Make this Ladybug Craft for them
Last one – how about this free Crochet Ladybird Hat pattern? A gorgeous guest post shared with Red Ted Art readers, that I couldn’t resist including in this round up!
Enjoyed these ladybird crafts for Kids? Why not take a look at our collection of Butterfly Crafts too?