Super Adorable Preschool Ladybug Crafts


If your kiddo loves cute little ladybugs, get ready for a day filled with so much fun because we have 23 preschool ladybug crafts that you can put together on a whim. Happy crafting!

Image shows a compilation of different ladybug activities from different sources.
Let’s make some lovely ladybugs!

23 Fun Ladybug Crafts For Young Children

These lady bug crafts are not only super fun to make but also provide a great opportunity to practice your insect unit while making a cute keepsake.

These crafts are perfect for little kids because they enhance hand-eye coordination, fine motor skills, and color recognition; however, we are sure that an older child would enjoy making a fun craft or two as well. Kids of all ages would love these hands-on, creative ladybug activities!

So grab your art supplies and get ready to create beautiful ladybugs. Enjoy!

Image shows a cupcake liner ladybug. From KAB.
This is one of the easiest craft ideas.

1. Cupcake Liner Ladybug Craft

Learn how to make a cute cupcake liner ladybug craft, perfect for home, school, or camp, as it requires basic craft supplies like construction paper and googly eyes.

Image shows different ladybug stamps on a piece of paper. Idea from My Mommy Style
We love potato stamping!

2. Potato Stamp Ladybugs

These ladybugs are easy and fun to make. You use a potato as a stamp for the body of the ladybug and black finger paint for the heads and spots. From My Mommy Style.

Image shows a paper plate ladybug craft over a wood table. Idea from My Mommy Style
Paper plate crafts are always a great idea.

3. Easy Paper Plate Ladybug Craft

Making this ladybug craft is super easy and you only need paper plates, red paint, a paint brush, black construction paper, and googly eyes. From My Mommy Style.

Image shows an egg carton ladybug craft. Idea from One Little Project
Aren’t recyclable crafts just so nice?

4. Easy Egg Carton Ladybugs

These egg carton ladybugs are really simple to put together and look super cute. This is perfect for kids of all ages, although younger kids might need some adult assistance. From One Little Project.

Image shows a paper plate ladybug craft. From Glued To My Crafts blog
Here’s another cute ladybug paper plate craft.

5. Paper Plate Ladybug Craft Idea For Spring

To make this paper plate ladybug craft, all you need is a large paper plate, red tissue paper and black cardstock. And of course, a preschooler ready to have some fun crafting! From Glued To My Crafts Blog.

Image shows a ladybug craft on top of a leaf craft. Idea from Tippytoe Crafts
Googly eyes are a great touch!

6. Grouchy Ladybugs

This craft is so easy as it only requires some cutting and gluing. It’s the perfect opportunity to learn about these tiny beetles, too! From Tippytoe Crafts.

Image shows a 3D paper ladybug craft. Idea from Crafty Morning
This is a great way to try 3D paper craft.

7. 3D Paper Ladybug Craft for Kids

These are great crafts for kids to make since they are so easy to do! Put them on a card or just hang them up for fun. From Crafty Morning.

Image shows a ladybug craft inspired by Eric Carle. From I Heart Crafty Things.
Let’s recreate this popular lady bug craft.

8. Eric Carle Inspired Lady Bug Craft

This ladybug craft requires different art processes like watercolor and sponge painting, making it perfect for curious kids who like trying out new things. From I Heart Crafty Things.

Image shows a set of 4 ladybug suncatcher. From
Suncatchers are always a good idea.

9. Ladybug Sun Catchers

Make your own ladybug sun catchers or ladybug stained glass windows with contact paper, tissue paper, and googly eyes! From Here Come The Girls.

Image shows a ladybug stones on the grass. Idea from Fireflies and Mudpies
Let’s make an army of ladybug stones!

10. Ladybug Stones: A Happy Nature Craft for Kids

The kids will have a great time seeking “the perfect stones,” then washing them off in warm, soapy water, and finally, coloring them in pretty red colors! From Fireflies & Mudpies.

Image shows a ladybug craft on top of a green background. Idea from I Heart Crafty Things
Tissue paper is always a great idea!

11. Tissue Paper Ladybug Kids Craft (with free pattern printable)

Learn how to make a tissue paper ladybug craft with the free printable pattern that is so simple and fun! From I Heart Crafty Things.

Image shows a ladybug finger puppet. From Artsy Momma.
Make your own ladybug finger puppet!

12. Mega Adorable Ladybug Finger Puppet

After kids have fun making their ladybug puppet, they will love reenacting their favorite books from the Ladybug Girl series. From Artsy Momma.

Image shows a ladybug craft made with paper. Idea from Easy Peasy Fun
Perfect craft for kids who love bugs!

13. Paper Ladybug Craft

Ready to make these cute little creatures? Grab your paper in red and black, scissors, stick glue and black marker! From Easy Peasy and Fun.

Image shows a ladybug craft. From Speechsprouts.
Isn’t this craft so cute?

14. You Need To Make This Adorable Easy Ladybug Craft

This ladybug craft, besides being really adorable, also doubles as a preschool speech therapy and articulation practice. From Speech Sprouts.

Image shows a cute ladybug headband craft from Simple Everyday Mom
Make a cute ladybug headband craft!

15. Ladybug Headband Craft For Kids [Free Template]

Make an adorable ladybug craft that also doubles as a headband! Print the template and follow the video tutorial to make this simple tutorial. From Simple Everyday Mom.

Image shows a ladybug puzzle craft. From ConservaMom
Puzzles are so much fun.

16. Ladybug Puzzle Craft

This fun Ladybug Puzzle Craft will be a huge hit with your kids. Best of all is that you’ll only need a few items to make this cute craft! From Conservamom

Image shows three ladybug rock crafts. Idea from That Kids Craft site
What cute little bugs!

17. Ladybug Rocks Craft

Get ready for spring with this adorable and easy painted ladybug rocks craft for kids! From That Kids Craft Site.

Image shows bottle cap magnets that look like ladybugs. Idea from Suburbia Unwrapped
Perfect crafts for spring!

18. How To Make Bottle Cap Magnet Lady Bugs

This bottle cap magnet ladybug craft is cute and easy to make, but it requires adult assistance for the hot glue gun and spray paint parts. Other than that, enjoy making cute magnet ladybugs! From Suburbia Unwrapped.

Image shows a ladybug craft made with egg carton and pipe cleaners. Idea from Creative Greenliving
Grab your black pipe cleaners!

19. How to Make Ladybugs from a Recycled Egg Carton

Got old egg cartons and pipe cleaners? Then you’ve got the most essential supplies to make this cute ladybug craft! If you love crafts made with recyclable objects, this one is for you. From Creative Green Living.

Image shows a ladybug made with a paperplate and othe rsimple objects. Idea from Buggy and Buddy
This ladybug project is so cool!

20. The Grouchy Ladybug Craft for Kids (with Free Printable)

Here’s an easy paper plate ladybug craft for kids to go along with Eric Carle’s The Grouchy Ladybug. Get your red paint and paper plates! From Buggy and Buddy.

Image shows two ladybug crafts hanging from the ceiling. Idea from Easy Peasy and Fun
Windsocks are so much fun to make.

21. Ladybug Windsock Toilet Paper Roll Craft

Make a dozen ladybugs or a mix of different bugs; whatever you make, this one is bound to look great! It’s the coolest room decor for spring. From Easy Peasy and Fun.

Image shows a foled paper plate lady bug craft. Idea from Happy Toddler Playtime
Take a look at this paper plate ladybug craft.

22. Rocking Ladybug Craft for Spring

Rocking Ladybug Craft is an adorable paper plate craft for toddlers and preschooler to do this Spring Day. Create this beautiful ladybug that moves using dot makers! From Happy Toddler Playtime.

Image shows a construction paper ladybug being held by a child. Idea from Easy Peasy and Fun
Grab your colored construction paper!

23. Construction Paper Ladybug on a Leaf

Make your own ladybug on a leaf craft with construction paper and markers, and decorate your room with it. From Easy Peasy and Fun.

Want more Cute crafts for toddlers?

What preschool ladybug craft will you try first?


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