This cute ladybird craft is a great way to consolidate part whole relationships!
How to use: Cut out the ladybird parts and assemble. Cut out black spots (or use black circle stickers) and glue on each of the ladybird wings. Write the total number of spots on your ladybird and glue on the body.
Optional extra: Fill out the matching number sentence
Includes black & white templates if you'd like to print the ladybird wings on red paper. Differentiation suggestion: provide students with extra spots to create a larger total.
This activity is included in The Hive’s math program for PART PART WHOLE RELATIONSHIPS (Kindergarten/Foundation). Find out more here.