Mama May I Blog makes the most fantastic learning toys, activities, and crafts. I really LOVE this ladybug counting mat that she made (and sells on Etsy).
I saw this unique ladybug project at Parents.com. Basically, you dip black and red yarn in a mixture of glue and water. You then wrap the yarn around 2 balloons, allow it to dry, then pop and remove the balloons. This sounds like a very fun and messy project.
These twirling ladybugs from Make and Takes would make a great addition to a bedroom, a birthday party, or a porch.
These ladybug rocks (from the Party Animal) are so cute (and look like a lot of fun to make). This would be a great activity for a ladybug themed birthday party, or a cute addition to your garden or home.
The Buggy Bee turns stones into ladybug paperweights.
Crafts by Amanda shows you how to take a plastic container and turn it into this cute little ladybug jar.
Everything About Ladybugs is a cute website with a variety of different ladybug resources. I especially love these free ladybug coloring pages and activity sheets. I printed out these counting ladybug pages for my son.
I love chocolate covered pretzels and these chocolate covered ladybug pretzels (From Glitter to Gumdrops) look cute and delicious. These would be so fun to make for a baby shower, birthday party, or just an average Monday.
The Allens had a cute ladybug birthday party. I love these ladybug cookies and the ladybug cake.
These ladybug counting flash cards from Counting Coconuts are so cute. I am definitely going to have to make these.
We also enjoy reading ladybug books. 5 Little Ladybugs is one of Benjamin's favorites and Lyla loves it too. We also have a cloth ladybug book that is a huge hit.
In other news, when you type the word ladybugs over and over again, it starts to look weird.