I’ve shared a couple of What The Ladybird Heard activities previously and I thought it would be fun to make a little printable that you could use with your children too drawing in the characters for the posters. I’ve made a few different version of this What The Ladybird Heard wanted poster so that you can choose the one that suits you best – or use it for a different activity entirely!
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What The Ladybird Heard Activities
If you like the books too then you might want to check out our What The Ladybird Heard paper plate craft that you can use to promote literacy skills too or we’ve got a super simple ladybird craft that’s good for promoting fine motor skills.
We’ve also got a round up post of What The Ladybird Heard activities and crafts that shares some fantastic printables, colouring pages and wordsearches too and a round up of What The Ladybird Heard at the Seaside activities if you’ve tried the latest book in the series.
You’ll also find more activities for children’s books at the end of this post so make sure you check those out too.
What The Ladybird Heard Wanted Poster
I’ve created four separate wanted posters for this post – one for Lanky Len, one for Hefty Hugh, one with both their names on it and one with no names at all so you can add what you’d like or leave it blank. Maybe it could be a wanted poster for the ladybird!
If you like these posters make sure that you bookmark this page or pin an image so that you have it to hand when you need it.
Download Your What The Ladybird Heard Wanted Posters Here:
- Lanky Len Wanted Poster
- Hefty Hugh Wanted Poster
- Lanky Len and Hefty Hugh Wanted Poster
- Blank Wanted Poster
Please note that these posters are all created by me and are free for personal, preschool or school use only – they are obviously not to be resold. If you are working for another website and wish to link to them please link to this page and not the downloads themselves.
More Activities for Kids Books
Make some easy Peter Rabbit crafts with your kids.
This superworm sensory play is great just to play with but we’ve also shared how you can add in letter recognition and mar making.
Make some fun The Scarecrows Wedding paper bag puppets.