These ladybug umbrellas are so cute! Many children love ladybugs. Their bright red color with the little black dots attract the attention of most kids. Children like to count the ladybug's spots and to speculate why one ladybug has only three spots while another ladybug has four.
Kids often enjoy letting ladybugs crawl along their fingers. They are easy to hold on the hand and they don't bite. Because ladybugs eat aphids, they help gardeners and are often encouraged to munch away.
In some areas of the country, ladybugs find their way into houses in the fall and stay around for the winter. Children may enjoy placing them on house plants that have been infected with aphids.
A child who reads the American children's magazine Ladybug may have developed a special love for these little creatures. When choosing a design for a kid's umbrella, this interest in ladybugs may be helpful to you in making your choice.
A walk in the rain, anybuggy?