Drawing and Labeling Your Special Power

Drawing and Labeling Your Special Power

Lulu and the Bug Squad imagine that they have special powers. In this fun activity, children imagine their own special powers and illustrate them in drawings.

Ladybug Girl and the Bug Squad was the 2012 Read for the Record book. Learn more about this year's Read for the Record at http://jstart.org/readfortherecord.


Grade Levels: Pre-K - 2

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