We had so much fun with our ladybug theme, I decided to make a ladybug learning game. We’re going to use it to practice sight words, but you can also use it to work on math facts or ABCs. Even better, kids of differing abilities can play together.
Ladybug Learning Game Materials
You can print your own copy of the printable materials here. To get ready to play, you’ll need the following:
- Printable Materials: Game board, assembled Ladybug cube,
Ladybug control card for each player
- Game pawns – we used our ladybug magnets, but you could also
use coins, painted dried beans, or pawns from another game
- Flashcards with sight words, math facts, or ABCs
3. Each player rolls the cube. The number of dots on the ladybug tells you which flashcard to read or solve, and also how many spaces to move on the game board.
For example, if you roll the ladybug with 3 dots, you find the 3-dot-ladybug on the control card, read/solve the flashcard next to it, and then advance 3 spaces on the game board.