Releasing ladybugs


Celebrating Earth Day, April 22, students of the Enchanted Care Learning Center shared the releasing of 1,000 ladybugs with the residents of The Inn at Olentangy Trail assisted living center on Corduroy Road, Delaware, Friday morning. After just getting a handful of ladybugs, Lilly Boysel let them crawl around in her hands before releasing them onto plants and in the grass.


Kelly Detweiler, preschool teacher, fill the hands of waiting children with ladybugs they can release onto plants and grass Friday morning.


Celebrating Earth Day, April 22, students of the Enchanted Care Learning Center shared the releasing of 1,000 ladybugs with the residents of The Inn at Olentangy Trail assisted living center on Corduroy Road, Delaware, Friday morning. After just getting a handful of ladybugs, Lilly Boysel let them crawl around in her hands before releasing them onto plants and in the grass.

Kelly Detweiler, preschool teacher, fill the hands of waiting children with ladybugs they can release onto plants and grass Friday morning.

Celebrating Earth Day, April 22, students of the Enchanted Care Learning Center shared the releasing of 1,000 ladybugs with the residents of The Inn at Olentangy Trail assisted living center on Corduroy Road, Delaware, Friday morning. After just getting a handful of ladybugs, Lilly Boysel let them crawl around in her hands before releasing them onto plants and in the grass.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/04/web1_DSC_1931_F-1.jpgCelebrating Earth Day, April 22, students of the Enchanted Care Learning Center shared the releasing of 1,000 ladybugs with the residents of The Inn at Olentangy Trail assisted living center on Corduroy Road, Delaware, Friday morning. After just getting a handful of ladybugs, Lilly Boysel let them crawl around in her hands before releasing them onto plants and in the grass.

Kelly Detweiler, preschool teacher, fill the hands of waiting children with ladybugs they can release onto plants and grass Friday morning.
http://aimmedianetwork.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/40/2017/04/web1_DSC_1920_F-1.jpgKelly Detweiler, preschool teacher, fill the hands of waiting children with ladybugs they can release onto plants and grass Friday morning.