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A ladybug created by preschoolers. An interest on insects had developed so after a few weeks of catching insects, teachers provided children with materials to trace a ladybug picture onto a larger canvas. They worked as a comunity, discussing the colors they saw and the various body parts. This ladybug was then hung up for the preschoolers and their families to see, documenting what children said and identified.