Insects join the cycle of coded images, but this time in a new version, i.e. drawing by arrows. Coded images of insects present ladybug, bee and butterfly. To discover them, start in the the red dot and draw lines as instructed by the arrows.
On the example of a ladybug, it will be 10 lines up. Then one to the left, another diagonally up, two up, etc.
The gray arrows indicate a return on the same line. Those are used to draw tentacles and stings (in the image of a bee).
When finished kid should have images of a ladybug, butterfly and bee. Afterwords they can be used as coloring pages.
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