Looking for a ladybug poem? Find short poems and verses about ladybugs here.
This type of poetry is especially
fun to read to children and have them do finger actions to the verses.
Ladybugs always bring delight to children and adults alike. Children are
amazed by the tiny creatures. Adults are reminded warmer weather is here
when they see a ladybug for the first time in the spring. Ladybugs are small
but wonderful creatures of nature.
Ladybug Where Are We Going
Poet: Catherine Pulsifer
Ladybug, ladybug I see you there,
Climbing up the wall with not a care
What destination have you planned for us today?
Are we off to some distant place far far away?
Ladybug ladybug can I come with you?
Exploring, singing and maybe a dance or two.
Are we headed towards the sky?
But ladybug, ladybug I can't fly!
Two Little Ladybugs
One little Ladybug
With spots on its wings
Landed right beside me
As I played on the swings
Two little Ladybugs
Flew around a flower
Then crawled beneath a leaf
To nap for half an hour!
Five Little Ladybugs
Five little ladybugs climbing up a door
One flew away and then there were four
Four little ladybugs sitting on a tree
One flew away and then there were three
Three little ladybugs landed on a shoe
One flew away and then there were two
Two little ladybugs looking for some fun
One flew away and then there was one
One little ladybug sitting in the sun
She flew away and then there were none!
More Verses about Ladybugs: (The writers of the poems below are unknown.)
Oh ladybug, I wish you joy
As you complete your garden chores.
I'd like to put aside my work
And join you in the out-of-doors!
Ladybugs, in red attire so neat,
On green leaves, they take their seat.
Nature's gems, a charming sight,
Bringing joy to children from morn 'til night.
When strolling through the garden,
If you should chance to see
A ladybug out walking,
Please say "hi" for me!
For ladybugs are good bugs,
They help the garden grow
They will bring you good luck,
So always say "hello!"
Ladybug, ladybug I see you!
Crawling in the grass of the morning dew
So tiny but beautiful you move along
You appear like a morning song.
Lovely little ladybug
sent from heaven above
please watch over my garden
and fill it up with love.
Ladybugs, tiny and bright,
In gardens, they take their flight.
Spots of luck, they dance with grace,
Bringing smiles to our face.
This lucky little lady bug
has landed here to stay
To make my garden pretty
and keep the weeds away.