Looking for some creative ideas for your kids about insects? Check out all these adorable ladybug coloring pages perfect for kids of all ages. Kids are always enthusiastic about learning how to make these wonderful insects. These ladybug coloring projects also make great extension activities!
There’s just something about ladybugs that really captures the imaginations of children. Perhaps it’s their vivid red and black polka dots, or maybe it’s how harmless they are. When ladybug season arrives (spring and summer), celebrate this little garden critter with a coloring activity that your child will love.
These 9 Lovely Ladybug Coloring Pages For Kids are a great way to bring in spring with insects that are beautiful and fun to make! These projects featuring cute little ladybugs are also big around Valentine’s day, when they are viewed as Love Bugs. Between the bright red color, the googly eyes, and of course, all those black spots, are vibrant in real life and also in crafts. Enjoy!
One of the extra benefits of Ladybug coloring pages is the limited color palette. Most of these kids coloring ideas only require red, black and white supplies, making it far easier on us as parents. Another benefit is that these ladybug coloring projects are quite cute when completed, so we won’t mind them adorning homes.
Click on the links below the pictures to be taken to the original coloring pages and tutorials and to pin individual crafts. We hope you feel inspired by all this beautiful red and black and get coloring ladybugs with your kids.
The 9 coloring pages listed above really capture the fun spirit of everything kids love about ladybugs. There are plenty of ways to recreate the bright red wings and black spots with materials ranging from paper to colored pencils – even your child’s own hands! Because they are so popular with children, there are any number of ladybug-based coloring books out there.
Can we all agree ladybug themed coloring pages are the cutest? They are simple enough for those little hands to put together and perfect to make after reading your favorite ladybug coloring books. Make one, two or why not all?