I spy spots
The weather is supposed to start warming up this weekend, so go on a ladybird hunt to see if you can find any waking from hibernation.
Check out the Woodland Trust's live ladybird map, to see if any have been spotted near you:
live ladybird map
Can you find any ladybirds still hibernating? They like to huddle together in hollow plant stems, or cracks in tree bark. Don't disturb them though, they'll wake up soon when the weather warms up a bit more.
tell us if you spot a ladybird
Learn about ladybirds
They're not all red - some are yellow, orange or black, some have lots of spots, some only have a few and some even have stripes instead :O)
Download the ladybird ID and mega fact sheet to identify and find out more about our 22 British ladybirds.
ladybird factsheet 1
ladybird factsheet 2
Play this online game - can you defeat the predators to finish all three levels? Who can get the highest score?
what's your high score?
Ladybirds are famous for their spots.
Print these ladybird domino tiles, then cut out and play!
Spot the words
Find all the ladybird words in this wordsearch:
Print this cool ladybird jigsaw puzzle and cut it into pieces - can you put it back together again?
Top tip - it's a tough one, so try starting with the middle bit first!
Follow the ladybird's life from winter through to summer!
ladybird on leaf
Done a ladybird activity?
Stick this tadpole sticker over the
frogspawn on your CLUB poster
and get ready for next week's