Springtime Bugs

In springtime, bugs begin to crawl,
Creeping out from winter’s pall.
They buzz and flutter in the sun,
A new adventure has begun!

Caterpillars inch along,
Building cocoons where they belong.
Butterflies emerge so bright,
Fluttering off to take flight.

Ladybugs with spots so round,
Scurry across the grassy ground.
Bees are buzzing all around,
Gathering nectar they have found.

In springtime, bugs come out to play,
So let’s explore and find our way!
We’ll learn about each tiny friend,
And have adventures without end.

Sylwia Rytarowska