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How to put together a Perfect Kids Lady Bug Birthday Party

Planning a Ladybug Birthday Party could be as cheerful as a spring morning so it might be a nice idea to have a Lady Bug birthday party around this season. Lady Bugs are a general fascination among children, stirring their creative imagination and painting pictures in their minds that only us adults can dream of.

The birthday party invitations can be made from black and red cardboard. Cut the black cardboard into the shape of a Lady Bugs body. You can then cut 2 wings for the Lady Bug out of the red cardboard. With the remaining black cardboard, cut out round dots (these can also be other shapes like hearts), and stick these to the red wings of the Lady Bug. You could also be creative and use furry textured or shinny textured paper to add a fun feel to the invitation. Apply a dot of glue to the corner of the red wing to attach it to the black body of the Lady Bug. Under the wing on the black cardboard, use a silver or white pen to add the details of the party. Venue, date, time and RSVP. To add your own touch, you could attach some googly eyes to the body of the Lady Bug to finish it off.

First of all, the best place to host a Lady Bug party is out doors in the garden (if possible). Some fun games for Lady Bugs can include pin the antennae on the Lady Bug. The kiddies can then play a bug guessing game and you right down a list of bugs and they each have turns to act out the bug until the mystery bug has been guessed. The winner is the next one to stand up in front of the kids and act. You can use Goggas like flies, bees, centipedes, mosquitoes, spiders, grasshoppers and ants. Let them be creative in explaining the creature but not a word is to be spoken. Kids don’t mind what you do at a party as long as it is fun!

Play a game called find the Gogga. Purchase a bag of toy bugs and scatter them all over your yard. Split the kiddies into scout teams. The team with the most Goggas wins. You could also get them to draw or paint a Lady Bug house and discribe it to you one by one.

Another fun idea for catering is to introduce bug juice. Purchase a packet of plastic bugs place these bugs ether in the ice cubes or at the bottom of the punch. The kids will love it! Worm and bug sweeties always go down well. Lady Bugs definitely love fruit so make sure that that is in your inclusion. Lady Bug cup cakes can be created with red icing and the addition of black round sweeties. You can then use licorice to make the antenna.

Red and Black is the theme for the day so include anything that is red or black in the party pack! Have fun!