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Ladybugs

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Ladybugs
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Reading Level
     edHelper's suggested reading level:   grades 4 to 8
     Flesch-Kincaid grade level:   9.43

Vocabulary
     challenging words:    pea-sized, mites, temperate, contrast, species, unique, attach, easily, ladybird, voila, beetles, state, underside, hemisphere, significant, length
     content words:    United States, New Hampshire, New York

Other Languages
     Spanish: Las Catarinas


Ladybugs   

1     Do you know what your state insect is? In the United States, there are six states that like the ladybug (or ladybird beetle, lady beetle, or ladybird) so much that they have chosen it as their state insect! The six states are: Delaware, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New York, Ohio, and Tennessee. The only insect that is even more popular than the ladybug is the honeybee - 16 states have chosen it as their state insect.
 
2     Ladybugs are common insects that we often find in gardens throughout tropical and temperate regions. With a body length of less than 0.5 inches, ladybugs are easily recognizable by their unique hemispherical shapes and brightly colored outfits. Just imagine this: you slice a pea-sized ball from left to right and neatly place the top .....
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