Fill in the spaces with words from the article.
Ladybirds are found all over the world .
Many of them are red or orange .
Ladybirds come in other colours too, both with and without spots.
Ladybirds like to eat aphids and other garden pests.
The ladybird glues eggs under leaves. A week later the eggs hatch into six-legged larvae. They eat about thirty aphids a day.
The larvae grow fast and need to split their skins several times. This is called moulting.
Next it turns into a pupa. After a week or two it becomes a ladybird.
Make some new words
munch bunch crunch hunch lunch scrunch
gobble bobble cobble hobble nobble wobble
ooze booze snooze
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Read pages 14 - 15 to find out how the ladybird got it’s name.